Management & Operations

IC Corporation expands management team

Posted on July 16, 2007

IC Corporation recently named Dennis Huffmon as its assistant general manager.

 

In his post, Huffmon will aid Michael Cancelliere, vice president and general manager, in developing its new markets, segments and products throughout North America.

 

Huffmon replaces Dave Beebe, who was promoted to a new assignment within Navistar, IC’s corporate parent. Huffmon will also oversee IC Corporation’s global growth initiatives and implement strategies to reduce costs and improve the quality of the company’s products.

 

Jeff Shank has been named the company’s manager of national account sales. Shank will be responsible for overseeing the company’s commercial bus sales to its national account customers, and he will coordinate activities with its suppliers, as well as its dealer network.

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