MISSISAUGA, Ont. — Trailer Wizards has announced a number of recent changes to its executive team.
Anne McKee, who joined Trailer Wizards in November 2011 as director of human resources, has been named vice-president. In addition to a continued leadership role with Trailer Wizards’ Human Resources, Payroll and Safety Programs, McKee’s expanded role will include working with the Regional Leadership Team to develop business processes and training programs.
Daran Ultican, who joined Trailer Wizards in December 2011 as senior sales representative before being promoted to manager of the Moncton branch, has been named vice-president, Atlantic Region. With deep roots and many years of experience in the Atlantic Canada trucking community and trailer industry, Ultican will be continuing his regional leadership responsibilities in the Atlantic Region, a role he has been filling for the last eight months.
Colin Slade, who joined Trailer Wizards as national purchasing manager in September 2010, has been named director, national parts and purchasing. Trailer Wizards officials say Slade’s new role will see him providing “value through effective and thoughtful parts purchasing” and “working to ensure Trailer Wizards provides customers with the best possible service by adding outside parts sales to their menu.”
“With these changes in roles, we will continue to drive our strategy and vision forward – creating even more value for our customers, driving out costs and continuing to develop expert employees while we grow the company,” said Doug Vanderspek, president of Trailer Wizards.
McKee can be reached at the Mississauga branch at 1880 Britannia Road East at 905-740-2831 or AnneM@TrailerWizards.com.
Ultican can be reached at the Moncton branch at 125 MacNaughton Avenue at 506-870-1028 or DaranU@TrailerWizards.com.
Slade can be reached at the Hamilton branch at 695 Woodward Avenue at 905-740-3959 or ColinS@TrailerWizards.com.
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