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News   January 30, 2006   by Auto Service World

Beck/Arnley Names Vice President Operations


Vincent McMahon has been promoted to vice president of operations for Beck/Arnley, responsible for all of the operational functions of the distribution center and satellite warehouses for the U.S. and Canada.
The appointment was announced by Max Dull, president and CEO, Beck/Arnley.
In this position, McMahon is responsible for managing the receiving, picking and shipping of all materials, as well as the packaging and returns areas of the operation.
“Throughout his career, Vincent has excelled in every position he has been in thanks to his eagerness to learn and drive to be successful,” said Dull. “These are qualities that we value at Beck/Arnley and look for in our employees. We would like to congratulate Vincent on his recent promotion as he is most deserving of this advancement.”
McMahon began his career in 1986 as a materials specialist with aftermarket chassis parts manufacturer Krizman Inc. He was named assistant distribution manager in 1987 before being promoted to distribution center manager in 1988. McMahon became a senior buyer in 1989, where he stayed until becoming sales operations manager for the Aftermarket Products Division of Dana Corporation in 1995. McMahon worked as a materials manager at Dana Corporation’s Victor Reinz aftermarket gasket division from 1996 through 1999.
In 1999, McMahon accepted the position of product flow manager for the Engine Management Division of Dana, which included Borg Warner and Beck/Arnley. In 2001, McMahon accepted a dual role of materials manager and product team leader. When Beck/Arnley and Borg Warner separated in 2003, McMahon dedicated all of his time to Beck/Arnley as materials manager and special projects manager at the Smyrna, Tenn. distribution center. McMahon was promoted to operations manager for the facility in 2004.
McMahon received a Bachelor of Science in Marketing from Ball State University. He has also been certified as an Associate Automotive Aftermarket Professional (AAAP).


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