BorgWarner appoints Neil Fryer Vice President and General Manager for Global Aftermarket business
- BorgWarner has announced the appointment of Neil Fryer as the new Vice President and General Manager for the Global Aftermarket business
- Continued support for customers to guide them through the unprecedented change of the automotive industry.
- Aftermarket business remains focused on the future transformation and requirements of the industry, expand existing portfolio while drive new advancements in service solutions to secure accelerated market growth
Neil Fryer is named as Vice President and General Manager BorgWarner Aftermarket role succeeding Alex Ashmore who decided to pursue other opportunities. He will take responsibility for managing globally the Aftermarket business which offers market leading brands from Hartridge, Delphi Technologies to Delco Remy serving both the OES and Independent AFM channels, with more than 2200 employees and a presence in over 150 countries.
“I am delighted to take over the BorgWarner Aftermarket business during such an exciting time of change and growth,” said Fryer. “Our mission is unchanged, to make vehicles drive cleaner, better, and further right through their lives while helping our aftermarket customers navigate the biggest changes the automotive industry has ever faced, and truly embrace the opportunities that these provide for a clean, energy-efficient world.”
Neil Fryer is a well-regarded key thought-leader, long-term member of the senior leadership and veteran in the global automotive aftermarket sector, with extensive knowledge acquired from field roles and responsibilities held at headquarter level with Tier 1 manufacturers. He joined BorgWarner in 2020 as part of BorgWarner’s acquisition of Delphi Technologies, where he most recently served as Vice President Product, Marketing and Strategic Planning at Delphi Technologies Aftermarket. Neil earned a BA degree from the University of London and an MBA from Warwick University. The combination of his experience, culture and drive make him an ideal fit for this position for the next stages of growth.