All Star Auto Parts Names New CEO
All Star Auto Parts, a specialty distributor of alternative automotive parts, has named Andrew Sexton its CEO. He succeeds Matt Immerfall, who will join the company's board of directors.
"All Star has completed a number of acquisitions over the past three years, including in the alternative wheel part space, to transform All Star beyond its traditional auto lights business and into a leading multi-category alternative automotive part supplier," according to company officials, who add that the firm "has complemented its M&A growth with rapid organic growth and a new nationwide footprint extending into all major U.S. metro markets."
All Star acquired Blackburn OEM Wheel Solutions this past summer.
Before joining All Star, Sexton was group vice president and general manager for Tenneco's Americas aftermarket division.
Immerfall says Sexton "has extensive expertise growing global automotive manufacturing and related distribution businesses, having held leadership positions based in the Americas, EMEA, and Asia Pacific.
"His experience within the automotive supply chain, track record of scaling the operations at his predecessor businesses and aggressive growth mindset made him the perfect leader for All-Star’s next phase of growth."