Dent Wizard Names VP of OEM Services

Scott Goodwin has been appointed as Dent Wizard's vice president of OEM services for its Know How Systems business unit. Photo courtesy of Dent Wizard.
Scott Goodwin has been appointed as Dent Wizard's vice president of OEM services for its Know How Systems business unit. Photo courtesy of Dent Wizard.

Dent Wizard International, which specializes in automotive reconditioning and SMART (small to medium area repair technologies) repairs, recently appointed Scott Goodwin as vice president of OEM services for KhS (Know How Systems) business unit.

The KhS business unit provides automotive repair, claims management, and appraisal services to leading automotive OEMs and insurers in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico.

Goodwin will be responsible for KhS’ newly established OEM services group, which supports OEMs in the finished vehicle supply chain by providing solutions for in-transit repairs with a focus on key, battery, wheel and tire replacement, as well as light mechanical. Goodwin will report to Scott Blind, KhS’ CEO and global president.

Goodwin has more than 23 years of experience in vehicle logistics, most recently in senior management positions with Volkswagen Group of America. He has also worked for GLOVIS America Inc. and Hadley Auto Transport.

“Speed is critical in our business,” said Blind. “Scott’s experience and accomplishments with OEMs prove he can help KhS continue to deliver streamlined claims management processes and fast, accurate assessments of catastrophic event exposure.”

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