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New recruits join the team as autoVHC continues its expansion

Time 9:22 am, October 18, 2018

ELECTRONIC vehicle health check provider autoVHC has announced three new hires as part of its recent expansion, following the company’s acquisition by Snap-on Business Solutions.

Kevin Davidson, Sandip Badhan and Robin Usherwood have all joined the company.

Davidson is sales director for Europe, the Middle East and Africa; Badhan, on the right, is project manager; and Usherwood, on the left, is a senior consultant.


The new appointments follow a period of growth for autoVHC, including further progress in overseas markets.

Kevin Davidson has been involved in global business development for a number of automotive tech businesses over the last 17 years, including brands such as Panasonic.

Most recently, he has been the EMEA sales director for Snap-on Business Solutions, and joins autoVHC to assist with the transition to Snap-on across the eVHC business.

Sandip Badhan joins as an experienced project manager with over 10 years’ experience in the automotive industry.


Having worked in car dealerships and successfully delivered a number of automotive technology projects, his new role will involve assisting autoVHC customers in the roll-out of new software across their businesses.

Robin Usherwood has previously worked in technical and managerial positions in the automotive industry, including roles at Mazda and Hyundai.

Chris Saunders, autoVHC’s business unit director, said: ‘Kevin, Sandip and Robin join autoVHC at an exciting time for the business.

‘Following recent growth, particularly in overseas business, we are also developing our eVHC solution to bring new features to our customers.

‘We’re confident their presence and expertise will help drive autoVHC forward, especially as we embark on further global rollouts.’

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