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Key Employees Join Hexagon Leasing to Support Growth

Key Employees Join Hexagon Leasing to Support Growth

Hexagon Leasing CEO Alan Ellison has announced that David Hodgkinson, Michael Webb and Dave Karmock have all joined the company in key roles, having previously worked for Ryder. They have taken up their positions from July 1st.

“Following the growth of the business and to support our future strategic development plans, I would like to welcome David, Michael and Dave to the team. Their wealth and extensive industry experience and knowledge will be of huge benefit to both our customers and Hexagon as we continue to grow and adapt in a dynamic commercial vehicle market,” said Alan.

David Hodgkinson joins as Head of Sales and will be responsible for the development of new business opportunities and widening the company’s truck portfolio within all market sectors. David worked at Ryder for 18 years, most recently in the role of Key Account Director.

Michael Webb takes up the role of Head of National Accounts and will be responsible for the management and development of Hexagon’s existing national and key account customer portfolio. Michael worked at Ryder for 20 years as Contracts Manager and National Account Manager.

Finally, Dave Karmock will take up the role of Fleet Engineer. Dave will work as part of the Operations and Customer Support teams to ensure Hexagon’s repair and maintenance network is working efficiently, whilst providing technical support to the National Account and Sales functions. Dave worked at Ryder for 10 years in various roles including latterly as National Ancillary Manager.

Hexagon Leasing is a leading and multiple, award-winning nationwide contract hire, vehicle sales and fleet management provider. Supplying and managing some of the highest-profile transport and distribution companies in the UK, the company provides ultra-high specification vehicles and vehicle services including industry-leading compliance, customer support and 24/7 vehicle breakdown cover.

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