Televic GSP Announces Kevin D’hoe as General Manager for NA

Televic GSP, a leading provider of innovative solutions for railway passenger information, is pleased to announce the appointment of Kevin D’hoe to the newly created position of General Manager for North America.

In this new role, Kevin will leverage his extensive managerial experience to bolster the local setup, including recruiting on-site engineering staff, with the primary aim of further improving customer collaboration. Kevin’s has held management positions across Televic’s rail business including most recently being the Global Head of the Service business line.

Kevin D’hoe is looking forward to the new role:

“As General Manager for North America I’m looking forward to building a strong team with local presence. This will be a key enabler to delivering on my top priority: being closer to the customer.”

Lieven Danneels, CEO of Televic, says:

“We are confident that Kevin's wealth of experience and strategic vision will significantly contribute to the continued success and growth of Televic GSP in North America. His dedication to enhancing customer services aligns seamlessly with our commitment to excellence.”

Alexander Biron von Curland, Managing Director of Televic GSP, adds:

“Appointing a dedicated General Manager is the next logical step in our continuous investments in North America, one of our strategic growth markets.”

Televic GSP looks forward to the positive impact Kevin D’hoe will bring to the North American team.

This article was originally published by Televic GSP.

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