Trailcon Leasing adds executives to help execute national expansion
BRAMPTON, Ont. — Trailcon Leasing says two recent appointments have rounded out the ideal team to carry out its plans for national expansion.
Darryl Hartman was hired in late October as vice-president, finance and administration and will report directly to president Alan Boughton. Hartman is a chartered professional accountant and has substantial practical business experience, the company says.
“Darryl’s financial strengths will complete the executive team, rounding out operations with cost-effective solutions to ensure sustainability,” Boughton says.
He joins a team already consisting of Mike Krell, vice-president, sales and marketing and Bryan Burningham, vice-president, service and operations.
“With such a strong senior V.P. team now in position, the business focus can remain on the continued demands from our customers, thereby allowing us to respond, react, and execute flawlessly, and accelerating our plans to expand to more locations across Canada,” Boughton adds.
The company also hired Don Andrews in the position of director of operations. He brings to the position experience in upper management roles with larger corporations.
“This experience, coupled with his education portfolio in finance and executive management, makes him the perfect candidate,” says Boughton, adding each v.p. will be equipped with the most advanced tools available to build their department and reinforce Trailcon’s vision.
“We are more than a trailer rental and leasing company,” says Boughton. “With the largest mobile repair fleet, we also offer dedicated fleet maintenance to our customers, thereby providing them every option to manage their business more efficiently.”
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