PE-backed Hallcon names Stoiber president and CEO

Hallcon Corporation, a provider of transportation and mobility services, has appointed John R. Stoiber as president and CEO. His appointment became effective December 1, 2018. Since 2015, Stoiber has been Hallcon’s chief operating officer. With offices in Lenexa, Kansas, Toronto and South San Francisco, Hallcon’s backers include Novacap Export Development Canada, BMO Capital Partners, Manulife and Investar.



Hallcon Corporation, a North American leader in transportation and mobility services in the public and private transit sectors, today announced it has appointed John R. Stoiber as its President & Chief Executive Officer effective December 1, 2018.

John Stoiber succeeds Tony G. Plut, who will remain on Hallcon’s Board of Directors. “John has been a key leader and partner during Hallcon’s growth and transformation over the last three years and I am thrilled that he will take the lead as we continue to grow the organization,“ said Tony G. Plut.

John Stoiber has spent over two decades redefining outsourced services partnerships in transportation and other industries. Since 2015, Stoiber has served as Hallcon’s Chief Operating Officer, and he became President & COO in February of 2018. Prior to joining Hallcon, he spent over 25 years in a variety of Fortune 500, mid-size and entrepreneurial ventures with a focus on social media, technology, professional services, and e-commerce.

He has held numerous senior executive positions in outsourced services, served in Ernst & Young’s strategy consulting practice, and was a software and electronics engineer with Johnson Controls, Inc. In 2014, John was the recipient of the Association Forum of Chicagoland’s Inspiring Leader Award for establishing a culture that promotes employee satisfaction, motivation, engagement and achievement. He holds Bachelor of Science degrees in Biomedical Engineering and Electrical Engineering, and a Master of Science in Software Engineering with a focus on Artificial Intelligence (AI) from Marquette University. He also holds an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, an MBA in New Ventures from Marquette University, and is a Certified Management Accountant (CMA).

“I am excited to have the opportunity to lead the Hallcon team at this unique time in the transportation industry,” said Stoiber. “At Hallcon we are pioneering a new level of innovation and analytics across our growing platform of mobility and transportation services that will redefine our core purpose of enhancing the lives of people on the move.”
“We look forward to John’s leadership of Hallcon to expand and diversify the Hallcon portfolio in the coming years” said Domenic Mancini, Senior Partner at Novacap and Hallcon’s Chairman of the Board. “His passion and focus on creating new growth opportunities for the company and its valued employees is unparalleled.”

With corporate offices in Lenexa, Kansas, Toronto, Ontario, and South San Francisco, California, Hallcon provides a broad portfolio of transportation and mobility services in private and public transit, including solutions for the rail, oil and gas, technology, airport, commuter bus and rail, and university transportation sectors. Hallcon provides crew transports, corporate commuter transports, motorcoach, rail car and transit vehicle cleaning, transit station cleaning, station attendant and management services, airport parking and rental car shuttles, university transportation, fixed route and on-demand shuttle services, ADA transportation, dispatch and operations center management, and technology and analytics solutions. Hallcon Corporation is supported through a tremendous group of investors and partners, including NOVACAP, a Canadian leader in private equity. They are joined by Export Development Canada (EDC), BMO Capital Partners, Manulife and Investar.
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