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New recruits at Chevin Fleet Solutions

Chevin Fleet Solutions has invested in three new additions to its expanding UK team, now comprised of 25 staff. The latest recruits are software engineer Simon Scroble, new business development manager, Joanne Barwell, and software developer Stuart Hutcheon.

Enlistment of the three quickly follows Chevin’s recent recruitment of sales and marketing manager for the Asia Pacific region, Paul Dolby, and sales director for Benelux, Germany and France, Paul Verkinderen.

Managing director Ashley Sowerby said: “We have maintained investment in our workforce throughout the downturn, and we believe this is key to our stability and strong position moving into a period of economic growth. We have an exceptional team who have been instrumental in driving business, and our newest recruits are just as talented.”

Scroble will provide technical support across all client accounts and joins Chevin having worked for Thames Water and the London Underground. Responsible for attracting new clients, is new business development manager Barwell, who is highly experienced in the software industry. Finally, Hutcheon brings a wealth of technological experience to provide the team with on-going development support.

Since it was established over twenty years ago, Chevin Fleet Solutions has transformed from a fledgling software provider to become an internationally reputable market leader in its industry, with major bases in North America, Australia, and most recently, Belgium.
 

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