Motorcoach

Prevost makes 2 key appointments

Posted on December 11, 2018

Charron
Charron
Prevost appointed Guillaume Charron as director, pre-owned business transformation, and Carl Boulet as U.S. Service Network Manager. The two promotions are in line with the company's will to be always closer to the customers and offer them complete and flexible services that meet their needs, according to Prevost.

Charron has been working at Prevost for 24 years. Throughout this long period, he held several positions, including service representative, branch manager, and Canadian service network manager. His significant and diverse experience gives him a background that makes him the best person to hold this new position. He will now lead the many transformation initiatives that will help transform this business for the future.

Boulet
Boulet

Boulet is also a long-time Prevost employee who started at the manufacturing plant. His knowledge of the service sector is one of the finest, thanks to the experience accumulated over the years. As U.S. service network manager, he will be in charge of a number of facilities and help execute the services expansion plan.

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