CIMC Intermodal Equipment Hires Industry Veteran as Director, Business Development

CIMC Intermodal Equipment has hired Doug Dorn as director, business development.  In this new position, Mr. Dorn will focus on support and development of CIMC IE’s expanding North American market for intermodal chassis.

Dorn brings extensive commercial vehicle industry experience with him to his new role at CIMC Intermodal Equipment.  He spent more than 25 years in increasingly-responsible positions with SAF-Holland, Inc., most recently as vice president of sales. Prior to joining SAF-Holland, he had held executive positions with Holland Hitch, West Publishing Company and Hormel Foods.

Throughout his commercial vehicle career, Dorn has specialized in new business generation focusing on key market development.  “CIMC Intermodal Equipment is expanding in North America at a substantial pace. Doug’s skills, along with the relationships he has built in our industry, will be a primary driver to our future growth,” commented Trevor Ash, vice president sales & marketing. “We’re certainly pleased he has joined the CIMC IE team.”

Dorn attained his MBA with a concentration in strategic management from Davenport University and Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Minnesota State University.

About CIMC

As the world’s largest manufacturer of intermodal chassis trailers, CIMC Intermodal Equipment has revolutionized the chassis industry through laser metal cutting, robotic precision welds and a KTL powder-coat paint system to prevent rust and corrosion.  CIMC-IE meets the needs of those customers who demand innovative designs with tough, long-lasting durability.  Whether at our headquarters on the West Coast in South Gate, CA, in our newly renovated facility on the East Coast in Emporia, VA or through our vast nationwide dealer network, we welcome an opportunity to provide information regarding our products, large in-stock inventory, and discuss the needs of your company.  Visit www.cimc-ie.com for more information.

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