Resolvion Announces Paul Blalock as Senior Vice President of Commercial Business Development


Resolvion Announces Paul Blalock as Senior Vice President of Commercial Business Development

Charlotte, NC, January 26, 2024 – Resolvion—an industry leader in national repossession management, skip tracing, remarketing, license plate recognition, heavy equipment, and specialty recovery—announced today their onboarding of Paul Blalock as the Senior Vice President of Commercial Business Development.

A lifelong native to Lakeland, FL, Paul joins Resolvion bringing a wealth of experience in the remarketing industry, specifically with trucks, construction equipment, and agricultural equipment. Spanning over three decades, he has held executive positions with J.B. Hunt Transport, New Smyrna Harley Davidson Dealership (Owner), Digital Freight (Founder), Manugistics, IronPlanet / Ritchie Brothers (VP Sales), as well as Bidadoo, Inc. (Ebay) (VP Marketplace Solutions). During his past fifteen years in the equipment auction industry, he worked closely with captive finance companies, banks, OEM’s, dealer networks, and contractors in order to secure construction, trucks, and agricultural equipment to remarket. Paul received his bachelor’s from Auburn University. In his spare time, Paul enjoys inshore fishing for Tarpon, Snook, and Redfish.

About Resolvion: Resolvion is one of the nation’s leading loss mitigation management firms with a team of 300 associates serving a growing base of over 200 clients, including 40 of the top 50 auto finance providers. The company’s services include recovery, skip tracing, license plate recognition, heavy equipment repossession, impound, and remarketing. Resolvion, along with its 600+ recovery agents, handle nearly one million cases annually using our leading technology platform and a comprehensive compliance program which includes monitoring and training. Resolvion is headquartered in Charlotte, NC, with additional operations in Atlanta, GA, Carlsbad, CA and Shelton, CT. For more information, visit:

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