Press Release (ePRNews.com) - PALM SPRINGS, Calif. - Jan 28, 2020 - HARDCAR, an award-winning transportation and secured logistics company based in California, announced today that it has appointed Mr. Salvatore Moccia as CEO.
Mr. Moccia brings over 26 years of Operations and IT leadership experience, with a consistent track record of driving increased levels of productivity, profits and internal/external customer satisfaction. As COO of HARDCAR in 2019, Mr. Moccia led multiple mergers and acquisitions, handled the volatile cannabis industry with poise and grace, and launched a number of additional subsidiaries to increase revenue and potential for success.
“I’m incredibly proud of the work that Salvatore has done over the past year as COO, he has proven that he is the best person to lead HARDCAR into the future. Effective as of today, Salvatore will become CEO. His ability to continually propel us forward through a turbulent and ever-changing cannabis industry is proof enough that he is the right man for the job.” – Todd Kleperis, Co-Founder of HARDCAR
In order to establish long-term stability, Mr. Moccia has appointed Matt Orth to COO, Kelli Vowels to CAO, and hired Daniel Zumbo as VP of Sales. In addition to closing down a few facilities that weren’t showing return on investment, HARDCAR opened up a brand new 7,000 square foot facility in Northern California to meet the needs of their partners in the Bay Area.
“With this new core management structure, we have placed emphasis on the services that have been successful for us in the past, establishing a sustainable long-term business model. We will focus on our core business lines and people, team members and customers alike, as they are what truly drive business and revenues, instead of chasing all the nonessential distractions. I feel fortunate for the mentors I’ve had in my career, and now I plan on training my team at HARDCAR to be the best they can be in both work and life.” – Salvatore Moccia, CEO of HARDCAR
Even though HARDCAR is expanding to carry other high-value assets like diamonds, gold, and works of art, they are still fighting for the success of the cannabis industry and the partners they’ve built strong relationships with over the year. As 2019 comes to an end, the company looks towards a bright future in 2020 and beyond with their new CEO at the helm.
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