The Holland Group has added Tim Douglas and Travis Hunter to its Canadian team of sales and service representatives.
Douglas and Hunter will assist fleets and OE dealers and manufacturers with their product specification needs, as well as any service or training requirements, the company reports.
Douglas will serve fleets, truck and trailer OEMs and dealers in Alberta and Saskatchewan while Hunter will serve the region of Mississauga through Eastern Ontario as well as Central and Northern Ontario and Manitoba.
Douglas has many years of experience in the heavy-duty trucking industry as a manufacturer’s representative and a manager of a large parts retail and wholesale distribution facility, Holland officials say. Hunter boasts 23 years of sales and customer service experience in the fleet and automotive coatings industry.
TransForce Income Fund has appointed of John P. Emsley as president of its parcel delivery division, Canpar Transport.
Emsley’s appointment was effective Aug 3. He has been with Canpar for 21 years, rising through the ranks of the organization to his most recent position as the company’s vice-president and chief financial officer. Emsley is an experienced senior executive with a strong track record in maximizing competitiveness, increasing productivity, and improving financial controls, according to the company.
Kinedyne Canada has promoted Romolo Di Vito as the company’s new inside sales and customer service manager. Di Vito joined Kinedyne Canada in 2005 as a sales representative with an extensive work history in the cargo-control industry. He has since developed a military system for handling tenders, worked directly with the engineers to develop new military solutions and fine-tuning Kinedyne’s relationship with Military/Public Works Quality Departments. As the inside sales and customer service manager, he will be responsible for directing and coordinating the activities of the customer service department as well as leading the Sure-Lok sales staff to meet their goals.
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