Indications of Underlying Vulnerability in the Motor Coach Industry

March 13, 2019

By By Bryan Courcier


Sitting in my office at Hilco Valuation Services on a brisk March day earlier this year, I put the phone down and headed into the hallway to share some surprising information with a colleague. That day alone, I had received three separate inquiries from around the U.S., all pertaining to potential valuation and liquidation engagements within the Motor Coach industry. By Bryan Courcier

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About the Author

Bcourcier
Bryan Courcier is Sr. Vice President, Transportation & Construction Advisory within Hilco Valuation Services. He is responsible for business development, sourcing and relationship management within Hilco’s expanding transportation, energy services and heavy equipment sectors. He previously served as National Account Manager at Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers, with a focus on insolvency, restructuring and special situations within the construction and heavy equipment industry. He brings to Hilco an extensive knowledge of equipment lending and asset management functions from a valuation, liquidation, banking and finance perspective. He is an active member of the Turnaround Management Association, the Commercial Finance Association and the American Bankruptcy Institute.