E-Truck manufacturer Orange EV expands leadership team

By Mike Brezonick26 January 2021

Phil Guys

Orange EV, the Kansas City, Mo., manufacturer of heavy-duty electric terminal trucks, announced the following leadership appointments.

Phil Guys has been named vice president of Engineering, responsible for the company’s engineering design and development efforts for current and future heavy duty electric trucks. He joins Orange EV after more than 35 years in the transportation sector at the OEM and Tier 1 level and held positions at Ford Motor Co., McLaren Performance Technologies, Linamar and American Axle & Manufacturing.

Jim Voeffray

Jim Voeffray is the new vice president of Business Development. He joins Orange EV after more than 30 years of experience within the transportation sector at Ford Motor Co., Magna International, GKN plc and American Axle & Manufacturing.

“We are extremely pleased to announce these leadership positions and welcome Phil and Jim to the Orange EV team,” said Wayne Mathisen, Orange EV Chief Executive Officer. “These appointments strengthen Orange EV’s leadership team as we continue our growth as a leader in heavy-duty electric trucks.”

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