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LUXIT Group Hires Daniel Escamilla as Vice President of Purchasing

Purchasing executive brings 25 years of experience in the automotive and automotive lighting industries

Published: Jan. 13, 2022 at 5:40 AM EST|Updated: 59 minutes ago

FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich., Jan. 13, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — LUXIT Group, a leading global provider of innovative automotive lighting solutions, announced today that veteran purchasing professional Daniel Escamilla has joined the company as its Vice President of Purchasing.

Photo Caption: LUXIT Group Vice President of Purchasing Daniel Escamilla
Photo Caption: LUXIT Group Vice President of Purchasing Daniel Escamilla

Purchasing executive brings 25 years of experience in the automotive and automotive lighting industries

Escamilla joins LUXIT Group with more than 25 years of purchasing management experience in the automotive industry, including 14 years working in the vehicle lighting industry in Mexico, Italy and the United States. Escamilla’s expertise will allow him to organize and centralize the Purchasing function of the four companies that formed LUXIT group, following this week’s announcement of its

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