September 9, 2011

CH Trading Co. adds 4 key executives

CH Trading Co., the exclusive distributor of the TEMSA global bus and coach line in the U.S., recently announced the addition of four key executives: Robert Foley, to president/CEO; Duane Geiger, to VP, sales and service; Tim Vaught, to VP, sales, service and product development; and Anthony Mongiovi, to VP, sales and service.

The acquisition of talent comes at a time when the company is focused on penetrating the market and growing business, according to officials.

"We are delighted to have these individuals join us," said Michael Haggerty, CH Trading Co.'s chairman of the board. "They each have a strong background in the motorcoach industry and it's my hope that they'll bring that experience to their roles in helping CH Trading Company become an even bigger player on the U.S. motorcoach scene."

 

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