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ATOC strengthens senior management team
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date
6 September 2000
source ATOC
type Press release



The Association of Train Operating Companies, ATOC, is strengthening its senior management team with three new members of staff.

Will Haven joined ATOC on 1 September and will take over as Chief Executive of the Rail Settlement Plan when David Free retires in December 2000. Peter Stahelin also joined on 1 September in a newly created post of Legal Counsel. David Mapp joins ATOC's Commercial Services team on 13 September as Network Strategy Manager.

Will Haven has 20 years' experience in IT. He has developed and procured IT services and systems with major organizations including British Aerospace and Phillips Electronics. The Rail Settlement Plan is responsible for distributing fares, reservation and timetable information and allocating annual ticket sales revenue of £3bn between rail companies.

Peter Stahelin qualified as a solicitor in 1987 and has worked in the commercial law field since then, most recently as in-house lawyer and Company Secretary to a group of companies including The Catalis Group. He will be advising ATOC on the commercial contracts it enters into and administers on behalf of the passenger train companies, including National Rail Enquiries call centres.

David Mapp has 20 experience of the transport and travel industry, including 12 years with British Rail and Eurostar in a variety of marketing and sales roles. More recently he worked with the travel systems company Sabre and as Business Development Director with MVA, a transport, market research and information systems consultancy.

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For more information call the ATOC Press Office on 020 7904 3010


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