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Leduc named president Nova Bus, Prevost

Posted on February 22, 2016

Raymond Leduc
Raymond Leduc

Raymond Leduc was named president of Nova Bus and Prevost. He will be responsible for Nova Bus, Prevost and Volvo bus brands in Canada and the U.S. Leduc will lead the team behind these three brands to continue to expand and grow the business.

“Raymond Leduc represents a valuable addition to our team and I have full confidence that his experience, customer focus and leadership will significantly benefit the continued success of our threes brands in North America” said Ralph Acs, Senior VP, Volvo Buses, Business Region Americas.

Leduc brings to Volvo extensive experience, with over 30 years in various leadership positions, in international companies such as Bell Helicopter and IBM Canada. His appointment was effective Feb. 1, 2016 and he will be located in Saint-Eustache, Quebec, Canada.

Nova Bus is a provider of sustainable transit solutions in North America. Its portfolio includes hybrid electric buses, high-capacity vehicles and integrated intelligent transportation systems.

Prevost is a North American manufacturer of high-end commercial motorcoaches and produces coaches for conversion. Prevost has its main manufacturing facilities in Sainte-Claire, Quebec and a commuter coach assembly line in Plattsburgh, N.Y. 

Nova Bus and Prevost are part of the Volvo Group, a manufacturer of trucks, buses, and construction equipment as well as marine and industrial engines.

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