Noregon COO Bill Van Horn announces retirement

March 3, 2014

Bill Van Horn, chief operating officer of Noregon Systems, has announced his retirement, effective March 30. Horn has been with Noregon for 20 years.

“We are very grateful for Bill’s dedication and long-term contribution to Noregon,” said Bill Hathaway, CEO. “Bill has played a major role in Noregon’s success in our trucking, military and industrial markets. He built an extensive network of contacts in the trucking industry and was an active participant in industry committees and forums that literally helped guide the development of diagnostics in the trucking industry. He will be missed by our organization and by many people in our industry with whom he made a lasting and positive impression.”

Noregon is a provider of diagnostic and vehicle data software solutions and products for the commercial transportation industry. Its flagship product is the JPRO Commercial Vehicle Diagnostics software.

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