Volvo Trucks Names Paul Kudla Regional Vice President for Canada

Volvo Trucks North America recently appointed Paul Kudla as regional vice president for its Canada region. He will oversee commercial sales and marketing operations.

“Paul is very well-known within the industry, and we believe his experience will help drive the success of Volvo Trucks in Canada,” said Göran Nyberg, president of Volvo Trucks North America. “I’m very pleased to welcome him to his new role within the company.” 

Kudla joined the Volvo Trucks organization in September 1999, first as fleet account manager and then as a fleet sales manager. He was a board member of the Private Motor Truck Council for more than 20 years.

Kudla graduated from the University of Guelph with a degree in Economics. He will be based in the Volvo Trucks Canada office in Mississauga, Ontario.

Paul Kudla

Paul Kudla, Volvo Trucks regional vice president for Canada.

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