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ASV names new Goshen, Collins presidents

Posted on December 23, 2014

Allied Specialty Vehicles (ASV), manufacturer of motor vehicles for commercial, fire & emergency and recreation markets, named John Resnik, president of Champion Bus and Federal Coach, president of Goshen Coach, and promoted Matt Scheuler to president of Collins Bus. Both men will report directly to Tim Sullivan, ASV president/CEO.

Resnik will continue to be based at the Champion Bus manufacturing plant in Imlay City, Mich., and split his time between this facility and the Goshen Coach manufacturing plant in Elkhart, Ind.

Resnik has been president of Champion Bus since 2004. Prior to that, he was VP/controller and mobility van division manager at ElDorado National – Kansas, a sister company in ASV’s bus division, from 1991 to 2004.

Since February of this year, Scheuler has been VP, sales and marketing, at Collins Bus, which is located in South Hutchinson, Kan., and is the largest Type A school bus and multi-function school activity bus manufacturer in North America.

Before being appointed VP, sales and marketing, earlier this year, Scheuler was director, sales, at Collins and responsible for the company’s western region territories in the U.S. and Canada.

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