NRF is ready for the future! NRF offers the largest and fastest growing aftermarket cooling range for hybrid (HEV or PHEV) and electric vehicles (EV). To ensure that this development is professionally managed, NRF has set up a dedicated EV development team, led by Benjamin Meek.
Benjamin Meek joined NRF in July 2022 to support the development of NRF’s fast-growing sensor product lines. Due to the rapidly growing EV portfolio and current position as a leading EV aftermarket parts supplier, NRF has asked Benjamin to start as Director E-mobility. Benjamin is based in Belgium. He has a long track record in the automotive industry, both in OEM and aftermarket business, and in various roles from engineering to marketing.
In the new role of Director E-Mobility, Benjamin Meek will be responsible for driving all E-mobility activities within the NRF aftermarket division. This will include research and development, product development and marketing.
Benjamin Meek: “It is an honor to be asked to lead the E-Mobility development and ensure NRF can become the preferred partner for (H)EV vehicles in the aftermarket cooling business and beyond. I am confident that this will bring great opportunities for NRF and our customers & partners and look forward to working with the team to realize our goals.”
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