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People (February 01, 2010)

Harper Truck Centres has appointed Michael Donnelly to the position of director of sales. In this role, Donnelly will assume full sales and brand responsibilities for the dealership, overseeing the ne...


Harper Truck Centres has appointed Michael Donnelly to the position of director of sales. In this role, Donnelly will assume full sales and brand responsibilities for the dealership, overseeing the new and used truck sales operations for the Freightliner, Western Star, FUSO, Condor and Sterling brands in the Greater Toronto Area.

Donnelly previously led a national sales force for a trailer manufacturer and managed a Penske business unit before joining the Harper organization in 2006. Donnelly most recently assumed expanded responsibilities as the general manager of Harper Bus Sales for the Thomas Built Buses product line.

The Saskatchewan Trucking Association (STA) has announced that Glen Morrison will serve as training manager of the association’s Commercial Truck Services division. Morrison will be in charge of CTS training programs as well as the division’s heavy equipment operator training program, the STA announced.

Morrison has been working for the STA since 2006, handling various assignments including: Class 1A and 3A driver instruction; hours-of-service training; load securement; air brakes; transportation of dangerous goods; and long combination vehicle training, among other projects.

Cummins has announced Jim Kelly will be stepping down from his role as president of the engine business to pursue other projects. Rich Freeland, currently president of Cummins components business, will take his place, the company has announced.

Anant Talaulicar, managing director of Cummins India will take over the components business. Both Freeland and Talaulicar will assume their new roles in March, 2010, according to Cummins.

Ancra International has appointed William Booth as western Canadian regional sales manager for its Cargo Systems Division Products. Ancra is a designer, manufacturer and distributor of cargo restraint and material handling systems for the transportation industry. Booth has 25 years of sales and service experience in the automotive and heavy-duty transportation industry at the aftermarket and OEM level.

Booth is based in Calgary, Alta. and can be reached by phone at 403-921-6539, by fax at 403-460-1739 or by e-mail at bbooth@ancra.com.


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