Malcolm graduated from the automotive machinist apprentice program at Centennial College in 1986. After graduation, he went on to work for global automotive aftermarket parts companies, moving up the corporate ladder in operations, sales and marketing positions.
In 2008, Malcolm joined Delphi Automotive, one of the world’s largest automotive parts manufacturing companies with expertise in technologies that are safe, green, and connected. Malcolm is currently the North American Sales Director for Delphi’s replacement parts sales to the traditional aftermarket.
Malcolm has participated as a board member in various aftermarket associations; in 2006 he served as the chair of the Automotive Industries Association (AIA) of Canada. A few years ago, Malcolm joined the board of governors of the School of Transportation Impact Campaign and was awarded the 2015 Alumnus of Distinction.
In recognition of his volunteerism and contribution to the Canadian aftermarket industry, Malcolm was the recipient of the Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Award in 2012
- Company:Delphi Automotive
- Short Bio:North American Sales Director
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