Canadian manufacturers’ agency Grant Brothers Sales Ltd. has announced a number of personnel changes. President of the Grant Automotive Group, Matt O’Brien, has announced several additions to the automotive sales and support team. Bob Worobec who will be based in Saskatoon will support Grant Automotive’s Western Canada sales force by conducting training clinics on new technology products. Bill Newlove will provide similar support for the company’s Ontario sales force from his base in Sourthern Ontario. The company has announced that Adam Crisp has been appointed president, Heavy Duty Division. "Adam has held several positions in our company since he joined in 1992, including District Manager and Heavy Duty Fleet Specialist," says O’Brien. "Adam’s commitment to serving our heavy duty manufacturers and customers is part of our corporate commitment to give the best representation and customer service possible." Crisp will be located at Grant Automotive’s Mississauga headquarters. Additional appointments to the heavy-duty division include Dan Ford, who becomes fleet specialist for the Ontario market, based out of the company’s Mississauga offices. "Dan’s selling and mechanical expertise is a valuable asset to our company," says Crisp. "Dan brings strong heavy-duty mechanical and technical expertise to this position."