Cherry Hill, New Jersey (PRWEB) October 3, 2009
Jack Summerville has been named Vice President, Carrier Services, for AmeriQuest Transportation Services, a leading provider of comprehensive fleet management services in North America. He will report to Jim Guice, Senior Vice President.
As Vice President, Carrier Services, Summerville is responsible for developing long-term partnerships with the for-hire carrier community in the U.S. and Canada, enabling carriers to remain competitive by taking advantage of the savings, expertise, and opportunities that AmeriQuest delivers on a menu-driven basis. Prior to taking his new position, Summerville served as Vice President, Financial Services, for AmeriQuest.
"The objective of this position is to drive true partnerships with the carrier community in all of our current services, and develop new offerings to meet the fast-changing needs of carriers," notes Jack. "Fuel, insurance, load sharing, over-the-road service, and owner-operator services are a few of the offerings we will be looking to expand. We will be working closely with national and state organizations, and also specialty product and service groups within the carrier community to address their specific needs."
Before joining AmeriQuest, he worked in the construction and transportation industries, most recently as Senior Vice President with RDO Equipment Co., and earlier with Budget Truck Rental and Ryder Systems, Inc.
About AmeriQuest Transportation Services
AmeriQuest is a leading provider of comprehensive fleet management services. By leveraging the strength of over 700,000 vehicles, AmeriQuest delivers savings, expertise, and opportunities to its private fleet and truckload carrier members. AmeriQuest provides supply management services, asset management services, material handling services, financing, technology products, and outsourced transportation management services such as full service leasing, integrated logistics, and contract maintenance. More information can be found at http://www.ameriquestcorp.com.
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