Genuine Parts Company has announced officer changes, including new leaders at is auto parts group.
Gregory Miller has been elected as executive vice president – after previously serving as senior vice president – and will maintain his chief information officer role by the board of directors. He will be working with the GPC’s “digital team to further expand its omni-channel capabilities and maximize the company’s digital footprint,” the parent company of NAPA said in an announcement.
He was also previously chief financial officer for GPC’s U.S. Automotive Parts Group from 2011 to February 2016.
In the U.S. Automotive Parts Group, Lee Maher will move from president and chief operating officer to executive vice president. He has spent 40 years with the company and the last two in his previous role. He “will be directly responsible for the majority of the divisional operations for this group, allowing him to lead our field initiatives,” the company said.
The group saw further change as Gary Dunwell was named executive vice president, merchandising. GPC said he will be responsible for pricing, product, retail and marketing. He previously managed these areas for the company’s Australasian automotive business.