Glen Roy Appointed Canadian VP Sales At XRF Chassis

Based out of the company's Canadian headquarters in Toronto, Ontario, Roy will be responsible for leading the Canadian XRF sales team, developing new business opportunities and creating customized solutions to meet customer needs across Canada.

This photo is of Glen Roy standing in front of auto parts in boxes in a warehouse.
Glen Roy
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XRF Chassis International President Chris Thody is pleased to announce the appointment of Glen Roy as Vice-President, Sales for XRF Chassis Canada.

The is the XRF logo. The X is red. The R and F are white. Below that, it says "Chassis" in red. A tag line below the logo says "The new world benchmark."

Based out of the company’s Canadian headquarters in Toronto, Ontario, Roy will be responsible for leading the Canadian XRF sales team, developing new business opportunities and creating customized solutions to meet customer needs across Canada.

Roy comes to XRF with a proven record of building long-term business relationships across the industry. He has extensive experience in leadership positions with a number of major international automotive aftermarket firms, including Bosch, Fenwick and Mevotech.

Immediately prior to joining the XRF team, Roy was business development manager with Mann + Hummel Filtration Canada.

Roy may be contacted at groy@xrfchassis.com , Office: 905-451-0271, Cell: 437-219-5917.

Founded in 1966, XRF Chassis is a leading North American supplier of exceptional-quality chassis components, backed by XRF’s famous million-mile warranty. XRF is dedicated to supplying the strongest, most durable, easy-to-install, precision-made chassis products on the market at an affordable price. The company offers unsurpassed customer service and same-day delivery from warehousing and office locations in Toronto, Edmonton and Vancouver, as well as two U.S. locations, Phoenix and Detroit.

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