Volvo Penta Canada president steps down

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Chris Goulder, president of Volvo Penta Canada, is no longer with the company, effective Monday, the company said in a statement.

“During his career with Volvo Penta, Chris was a key contributor to the company's success,” the statement continued.

Fred Lachlan was named acting site manager for the company. Lachlan has more than 30 years of marine industry experience and is currently the company’s sales manager.

Volvo Penta Canada offers engine and parts sales, service and support to marine and industrial OEMs, dealers and end users throughout Canada.

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