Aim Integrated Logistics Promotes Eight Employees
GIRARD, Ohio – Aim Transportation Solutions this week annouonced a flurry of promotions within Aim Integrated Logistics, Aim’s division offering dedicated fleet and freight brokerage services.
Since its inception, Aim Integrated Logistics has steadily grown within the commercial trucking industry. Currently, Aim Integrated Logistics ranks 22nd on Transport Topics’ Top 50 Dedicated Carriers list.
A dedicated fleet through Aim provides a complete distribution and transportation system for its customers. That’s achieved by providing customers not only with trucks and drivers but the technology necessary to make sure the product or services are delivered effectively, efficiently and on time.
Aim Integrated Logistics attributes its success to its people. As such, eight employees recently were promoted as a recognition of their performance, expertise and commitment to customer-first focus, the company reports. They are: Brandon Stieb, vice president of operations; Scott Leslie, Tony Miele, Patrick Grandy and Rob Vogan named regional vice president; Kim Slater promoted to director of integrated billing; and Bethany Sanchez and Ralph Wilson promoted to regional field managers.
“The last 10 years we’ve had substantial growth. And we felt like as our footprint grows throughout the country, we were kind of losing the personal touch that makes us successful – not only with our customers but with our drivers,” says David Gurska, Aim Integrated Logistics chief operating officer. “So, we felt it was important to elevate some individuals and add more people in the field that can visit with our customers more regularly.”
Eight promotions at once in a single division affirms Aim’s loyalty to its employees, promoting from within and supporting each individual along their career paths, says Tom Fleming, Aim CEO and chairman.
“Even though we have over a thousand employees, there’s still value in looking at each individual, providing them with an opportunity to grow and prosper, as well as the company to grow and prosper with them,” Fleming says. “We want everyone not to have just a job, but we want everyone at Aim to have a career.”
Pictured: top row from left: Brandon Stieb, Kim Slater, Bethany Sanchez, and Ralph Wilson.
Second row: Patrick Grandy, Scott Leslie, Tony Miele and Rob Vogan.
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