Holstein Parts named Canada’s National Sales Inc. “Sales Agency of the Year.” On site for the award presentation were Mike Harris, Holstein Parts Account Manager, Sean Williams, National Sales Inc. President, Anthony Winger, National Sales Inc. Western Regional Manager, Sam Foy, Vice President of Sales, Holstein Parts, and Michael Oakes, Director of Sales and Marketing Holstein Parts
Canada’s National Sales Inc. has been named “Sales Agency of the Year” by Holstein Parts.
Holstein Parts, which supplies a broad range of automotive sensors to the aftermarket, made the presentation at the AAPEX Show in Las Vegas.
“A real honour, and an amazing way to kick off AAPEX 2023,” said National Sales Inc. president Sean Williams. “Thank you Holstein Parts – looking forward to making 2024 another great year.”
About Holstein Parts
The Holstein brand represents a blend of advanced technological innovation and exacting European craftsmanship that stretches back over half a century. This tradition of precision engineering, rigid standards, and optimum performance guides us as we continually strive to enhance our offerings and adapt to continuing challenges in the marketplace. As an Aftermarket Manufacturer, we continue to innovate – identifying and developing new parts to have them into the supply chain well before demand booms. Holstein relies on the experience and knowledge of our staff to monitor shifts in the industry and stay ahead of the curve. Holstein parts are built to meet OEM specs for form, fit, and function, and provide an outstanding value at any level.
For more information, visit Holstein Parts
About National Sales Inc.
NSI is comprised of a national sales force of highly experienced professional sales representatives covering all regions of Canada. NSI is personally acquainted with the management of all major Canadian aftermarket customers, which includes all levels of management, marketing personnel and purchasing functions. We call regularly on all the levels of distribution and have representatives located in all major centers across Canada.