vHub adds new VP of trailer solutions, VP of technology

vHub adds new VP of trailer solutions, VP of technology

vHub has added two new executives with industry and technology experience to join the company.

Matthew Leffler, who most recently served as director of business development for Decisiv and region vice president of sales for Dickinson Fleet Services, joins vHub as its vice president of trailer solutions. Maxime Fafard, co-founder and CTO of Sofdesk, will serve as vice president of technology at vHub.

“We are excited to have these two experts join us and support our growing community of users,” said Sébastien Blouin, president of vHub. “With both their skills sets we will be better positioned to keep vHub moving in the right direction.”

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