COMPETITION WATCH: TransForce appoints five vice-presidents so CEO can focus on expansion

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MONTREAL, Que. — TransForce has shaken up its corporate structure with the appointment of five executive vice-presidents.

The move was made on the recommendation of chairman, president and CEO Alain Bedard, who said it will help him in dealing with the development and growth strategy of the company.

The new vice-presidents are: Jean-François Dodier, Marc Fox, James P. Houston, Brian Kohut and Rob O’Reilly. All have extensive senior operational experience with TransForce and will oversee the daily operations of the various companies within the TransForce group, Bedard announced.

“Each of these gentlemen has my strong personal endorsement as they have made solid contributions to the company over the years. Their proven management skills and commitment are exemplary,” Bedard said. “TransForce has expanded materially within the past few months and this enhanced corporate structure will ensure that all new operations are fully and efficiently integrated and that service to our customers remains the number one priority. Their well-earned promotions will allow me to focus more fully on the further expansion of the company, particularly into US markets, so that we can continue to deliver meaningful returns to shareholders.”

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