AmeriFleet, the largest provider of logistics services to the Fleet industry, announced today that it has promoted long-time employee Terri Stiffler to the role of Vice President of Transportation Services, effective immediately.
Ms. Stiffler, who joined AmeriFleet in 2002, has extensive fleet experience and is well known within the industry. During her tenure she has played a number of key roles in the company's growth, progressing to increasingly more important positions. In her most recent capacity as Director of Training, she was responsible for developing and implementing comprehensive training programs for new and current employees. Prior to her training role, Terri served as AmeriFleet’s Director of Client Services for the Eastern United States and Canada.
"We couldn't be more excited to have a seasoned professional of Terri's caliber join our senior management team" said company Co-Founder and Chairman of the Board Bob Smith. "She's not only a superior leader, but an amazing human being. We're so lucky to have her helping define what it's all about to be an AmeriFleet employee, and how we can best work together to serve our customers."
Stiffler, a 20-year fleet industry veteran who has spent most of her career working directly with clients, will now be concentrating on leading the company’s ongoing efforts to build an even stronger Dispatch organization, and implement changes that will produce effective products and services for our customers. Smith called it the "perfect role" for Stiffler.
"We have a passion for customer service at AmeriFleet, and we're especially proud of the role our people play as a team, they define who we are," Smith said. "Their input has been spot-on, and their experience has helped change the tone and tenor of what we do and how we do it.”
Stiffler is excited about her new role and the challenges it will bring. Originally a native of Windsor, PA. Stiffler’s love of the industry stretches back to her days as a fleet liaison at one our fleet management partners. She's looking forward to mentoring new people starting out the fleet industry, while anxious to continue her activities with NAFA and AFLA where she serves as Secretary of NAFA’s Carolina’s Chapters and AFLA’s Communications Committee.
"AmeriFleet is a great company, and I'm looking forward to making it even better," Stiffler said. "We're going to do everything we can to enhance the experience our customers have with us. Everyone at AmeriFleet is motivated to continue making great things happen, and I know that together we will."