Movers: Andy Lees joins Mahle UK as GM

Andy Lees has joined Mahle Aftermarket, taking on the role of General Manager for the UK.

Andy Lees

 With a background in sales and managerial roles within the automotive aftermarket, Andy will utilise his skills and experience to lead the UK team and manage activity including logistics, sales, customer service and administration.


Lees will also ensure the organisation is structured to deliver core business objectives and will work closely with the Group functions such as IT, finance, HR and purchasing to develop key strategies.


Lees comments: “It’s an exciting time to join the business, as the industry moves into a new year. I’m looking forward to bringing my wealth of knowledge and industry experience to guide the UK team and help to support Jonathan and the rest of the Group in delivering key objectives.”

Jonathan Walker, Head of Sales EMEA at Mahle Aftermarket commented: “We’re delighted to have Andy onboard to manage the UK entity. Through my promotion at the beginning of this year we noticed a gap in the business for a skilled General Manager to lead Aftermarket UK and be the link between Bilston and key Group functions to help us achieve our business goals.”

Published by Greg Whitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist @GregWhitaker5

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