BRAMPTON, Ont.— After some steady growth, Trailcon Leasing Inc. has responded with several new appointments at its new Brampton, Ont. head office.
The company’s president Alan Boughton announced that Mike Krell has been promoted to vice-president, sales and marketing. Krell joined Trailcon back in 2000 and held a number of sales-related positions. In his new position, Krell will continue to service his existing accounts, acquire new business, and oversee the sales team to maximize future growth.
“I’m very excited to see so many positive changes within our organization,” he said. “We are strengthening our team, and will continue to build it to help support the growth of our business.”
On April 1, Bryan Burningham joined Trailcon as vice-president, service and operations reporting directly to Boughton. He came to the position with many years of experience in the transportation industry.
“I am extremely happy to be part of the Trailcon team,” he said. “The staff are energetic, motivated, and focused on reaching their personal and professional goals. Together we will solidify Trailcon’s position as the leader in the trailer leasing business.”
In addition, Mick Crowe has been promoted to national accounts service manager. Most recently, he was the service and operations manager at Trailcon. He has been a part of the Trailcon team since 2007.
Colleen Celseti has been promoted to billing supervisor. She joined Trailcon in 2007 as the service billing coordinator. In her new position, she will continue to look after service invoicing, as well as supervise all service, rental, and leasing billing.
Finally, Stacey Carroll has been promoted to marketing coordinator. Caroll has been with Trailcon for 11 years and in her new position, she will oversee the activities of Trailcon’s marketing department, including press liaison, social media initiatives, Web site development, events planning, advertising, and the “Report on Transportation” newsletter.
“These appointments are designed to support and promote Trailcon’s ongoing growth,” said Boughton. “The foundation of any growing business is a team of people with the ability and drive to take the company even further. Having set our sights on additional expansion across Canada, our new facility in Brampton – more than three times larger than our previous one – is custom built to maximize productivity and accommodate future growth.”