Category Management Commercial Vehicles will be subdivided in the areas Automotive Engineering and Automotive Construction, in addition to the existing areas of international sourcing and workshop equipment / Sebastian Kamphaus is the new Head of Category Management Automotive Engineering; He will remain in his previous role as Head of International Sourcing until further notice / Marc Heeg is the new Head of Category Management Automotive Construction
EUROPART is subdividing its Category Management in Automotive Engineering and Automotive Construction, in addition to the existing areas of international sourcing and workshop equipment. This realignment aims to meet future market requirements flexibly so as to further strengthen the market leadership position.
Sebastian Kamphaus, Head of International Sourcing at EUROPART, will take over as Head of Category Management Automotive Engineering in December 2017. Marc Heeg will take over as Head of Category Management Automotive Construction, also December 2017.
„ I am pleased that we have gained two experienced and dedicated specialists – Marc Heeg and Sebastian Kamphaus,” explains Andreas Rode, EUROPART CEO. “Sebastian Kamphaus has years of experience in trading and purchasing and successfully contributed this expertise to our company, especially with regards to the strategic development of our private label EUROPART Premium Parts. Marc Heeg has many years of experience from well-known trading companies and has been successfully active in the automotive aftermarket for more than 20 years. I look forward working with both of them.”
Sebastian Kamphaus has a degree in business management and started his career in Purchasing at Grohe Water Technologie in 2003. In 2009 he joined the Bilstein Group, where he later headed a business department within Purchasing. Kamphaus has been with EUROPART since 2013. Here he established the then new area International Sourcing with the departments Sourcing, Quality Management, Technical and Strategic Trainings as well as EUROPART Consulting Ltd. in Asia. In this role he was able to develop and reposition the brand EUROPART within the last five years.
Marc Heeg has a degree in business management and business administration. He started his career in 1994 at Will Sieprath KG, a wholesaler of commercial vehicle and trailer parts. In 2007 he moved to Heil & Sohn as Product Manager Commercial Vehicles, since 2009 he has been the Business Unit Manager for Procurement and Product Management.
Sebastian Kamphaus Marc Heeg