National Fleet Management Inc. Announces Growth and New Team Members.
April 18, 2014
National Fleet Management Inc. announced a 36% growth in gross sales for 2013 compared to 2012.
President Bill Black is excited about the company’s growth and recognizes the need to increase his talent pool. Bill is anticipating continued and steady growth for 2014, and has been quoted to say “we recognize that structure, strong talent, and tight processes will be the key to our success as we continue to grow”. Bill and his team have focused the later part of 2013 and first quarter of 2014 on efforts of building a strong team to ensure National Fleet Management Inc. is creating that strong foundation. Additionally they are implementing structure and controls to manage the company more effectively and efficiently for the anticipated growth.
National Fleet Management has added several key team members to the company over the past several months. Bill started in October of 2013 with the addition of Sue Johnston as the Director of Operations working from the corporate office in Greensboro. Sue has been instrumental in recruiting the right people, establishing policies, creating procedures, building team culture and leadership development. Sue brings a wealth of operational and management experience to National Fleet Management, Inc. gained through successful careers’ at GE Capital and UACC. Sue has spent most of her career in auto financial service based organizations leading various stages of growth and transition in the US and Asia.
To further support National Fleet Management business growth, Bill is happy to announce:
· Anthony Leviner as Operations Manager at our captive location in Charlotte NC. Anthony has a strong background in fleet management, safety, operations and parts inventory.
· Lora Saintsing as an Invoice Compliance Specialist at our Greensboro location. Lora has a background in accounts receivable, dealership parts and service, and a long history in customer service.
· Ron Wheeler joins Notational Fleet Management Inc. as the Outside Sales Representative for the Charlotte territory with a successful sales background and a strong technical background in the trucking industry.
· James Stacks, Ryan Enzor and Michael Blische also joined the team. James Stacks comes to National Fleet Management Inc. with over twenty years of trucking experience, working for companies such as Mack, Ryder Truck Rental, and Charlotte Truck Center. James has a strong management background coupled with a foundation that is technical service related. James will be assuming the Operation Manager position in the Charlotte location.
National Fleet Management Inc. is also committed to working with the community. In addition to many financial donations to community interest they are also involved with the local community colleges. Bill feels an obligation to offer opportunities to fresh talent, not just seasoned technicians. Michael Blische and Ryan Enzor are an example of just that. Michael recently joined the Greensboro location as a technician apprentice. Michael is on track to complete his degree for diesel mechanic at GTCC this year and is looking forward to a long career with National Fleet Management Inc.. Ryan joined the Charlotte team as a second shift technician. Ryan has two years left on completing a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from CPCC.
Bill and his team are truly excited for what is to come in 2014. He has been quoted to say, “We know there is still a lot of work to be done, but the momentum is building. Buckle up!”
National Fleet Management Inc. is a full service repair and maintenance company serving the Charlotte, Greensboro, Raleigh, and surrounding areas.
For more information, please contact Bill Black at 704-252-6948.
Carolina Axle Surgeons On Site King Pin Eye Repair Demonstration, January 13, 2014
King Pin Eye Repair - On Your Site, On Your Truck!
When the “eyes” that hold the kingpins become worn and lose shape the result can be excessive vibration and/or shimmy in the front axle making your truck hard to steer, and the consequences can be catastrophic.
If you are experiencing King Pin, Tire Wear or Alignment issues, it may be due to a worn steer axle eye.
Corrective attention now can avoid costly replacement down the road.
Carolina Axle Surgeons provides King Pin Eye Repairs on Your Site, On Your Truck!
Many current axle repair methods require the axle to be removed resulting in extended down time.
With our precision machining process, Carolina Axle Surgeons can repair your worn eyes, even obsolete models; at your site on your truck; and get you back on the road fast!
Carolina Axle Surgeons king pin eye repair process restores your axle eye to its original dimensions with a precision fit repair, leaving your axle eye in “like new” condition, resulting in less tire wear and better steering.
Carolina Axle Surgeons King Pin Eye repair saves hundreds of dollars compared to the cost of a new replacement axle.
Live Demonstration - January 13, 2014
See a demonstration of Carolina Axle Surgeons On Site King Pin Eye Repair at the North Carolina Transportation Maintenance Council meeting on January 13, 2014 at 6:00 PM at Forsyth Technical Community College Transportation Technology Center, 4255 North Patterson Avenue, Winston Salem, NC 27105. (Directions: US Highway 52 to Exit 119, Germantown Road; left on Germantown Road to Patterson Avenue. Turn left on Patterson Avenue and Forsyth Tech Transportation Technology Center is on the right. Phone: 336-761-1002).
When: Monday, January 13, 2014
Where: Forsyth Technical Community College
Transportation Technology Center
4255 North POatterson Avenue
Winston Salem, NC 27105
Time: 6:00 PM
For more information go to Carolina Axle Surgeons King Pin Eye Repair Demo.
Virginia, Charlotte & Columbia Truck Centers Host Customer Appreciation Event
Virginia Truck Centers, Charlotte Truck Center and Columbia Truck Center will hold their annual Customer Appreciation Event on Thursday, December 12.
Guests will have an opportunity to meet Virginia, Charlotte and Columbia Truck Centers personnel, view displays from many of the people who provide products and services to our customers and enjoy karting on the Victory Lane Karting indoor track.
Be our guest for a day of fun, food and fellowship!
WHEN: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12th
TIME: 11 AM TO 4 PM
WHERE: VICTORY LANE KARTING
30 TIPTON DRIVE
CHARLOTTE, NC 28206
LUNCH WILL BE SERVED, DOOR PRIZES WILL BE GIVEN AWAY AND THERE WILL BE DISPLAYS BY OVER 30 VENDORS INVOLVED IN THE TRUCK INDUSTRY.
For more information and to make a reservation go to Charlotte Truck Center Customer Appreciation Event.
NC Transportation Maintenance Council (NCTMC) Charlotte Chapter Meeting - "Tools of the Trade" Seminar, December 10, 2013
WHEN: TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10TH
WHERE: 208 ROLLING HILLS ROAD
MOORESVILLE, NC 28117
TIME: 5:00 - 6:00PM Shop Tours
6:00 - 7:00PM BBQ Dinner
7:00 - 8:00PM DEMONSTRATIONS
HOSTED BY: K & L COLLISION CENTERS
The December meeting of the Charlotte Chapter of the NCT Maintenance Council will be held Tuesday, December 10th at 5:00 PM at the facilities of K & L Collision Centers located at 208 Rolling Hills Road, Mooresville, NC 28117.
(Directions: Traveling North on I-77 take Exit 36. At the light turn left (West) and go to the second light at the Chick-fil-A and turn left onto Rolling Hills Road. K & L Collision Centers is approximately 1/2 mile on the right. Phone number is 704-237-3915.)
K & L Collision Centers, home of the TV program Outcast Kustoms , has graciously offered to host a holiday barbecue dinner for chapter members and their wives, followed by a "Tools of the Trade" Seminar showcasing technologies that can help service and maintenance operations improve quality and productivity.
The program will feature demonstrations by:
In addition, attendees will have the opportunity to win some great door prizes, including tools and apparel.
Shop tours will begin at 5:00pm followed by the barbecue dinner at 6:00pm and guest speakers at 7:00pm.
Join us for a fun filled evening and help the NCT Maintenance Council celebrate the Holiday Season.
For more information and to make a reservation, go to North Carolina Transportation Maintenance Council, “Tools of the Trade” Seminar.
North Carolina Transportation Maintenance Council, Mt. Airy Chapter Hosts Annual Christmas Party and Vendor Expo
The Mt. Airy Chapter of the North Carolina Transportation Maintenance Council will host it’s annual Christmas party and Vendor Expo for 2013 on Thursday, December 5, 2013 at 6:00 PM.
Come out and join us to wrap up another successful year with the North Carolina Transportation Maintenance Council.
WHEN: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5th
WHERE: THE DEPOT RESTAURANT AT CODY CREEK
112 OLD DEPOT LAND
DOBSON, NC 27017
EVENT HOST: NCTMC Mount Airy Chapter
On your way to join us for this annual celebration, please take a moment to grab something from your pantry for those less fortunate. There will be a dona-tion box for the local food bank set up in front of The Depot that will go to the local food banks. This time is year is especially hard on those in need, so open your heart and pantry and bring any canned and/or non perishable food items for donation. Thank you in advance from the Leadership of the North Carolina Transportation Maintenance Council.
For more information and to make your reservation, go to North Carolina Transportation Maintenance Council Christmas Party and Expo.