Aim Begins ‘New Era of Maintenance Leadership’

GIRARD Ohio – Maintenance is the foundation of Aim Transportation Solutions’ day-to-day operations, and this week the company announced “a new era of maintenance leadership.”

The new team consists of Chris Disantis, named senior director of maintenance; Steve Shacklock, named director of maintenance for Eastern operations; and LeRoy Casali, who will continue as director of maintenance for western operations.

Disantis, Shacklocak and Casali have more than 60 combined years of service at Aim, the company says.

“At Aim, we’re all about service, which begins with having the right people in the right spots,” says Terry Dimarscio, Aim executive vice president and chief operating officer.

When Disantis started at Aim, 33 years ago, he began as a lead technician. While climbing the ranks, he held the positions of service manager, regional service manager, regional director of maintenance and director of training and field technical support. He is a member of the Technology & Maintenance Council and serves on the organization’s board of directors.

Casali stepped into the commercial transportation industry 33 years ago as a 20-year-old fueler-washer. Just four years later he switched over to working under the hood, becoming a mechanic and then a foreman. In 2001, he joined the Aim family as a service manager in Denver and later was promoted to regional maintenance director. By 2017, he would come to hold his current position of director of maintenance for the West.

Shacklock began his Aim career in 2010 as a technician at Aim’s shop in Wheatland, Pa., and two years later because service manager. In 2014 he took on the title of warranty manager. In 2018, he rose to the position of director of maintenance support.

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