Aim Services Announces New Vice President, Jason Olesh
Posted on March 12th, 2018
Aim Services Company, a division of Aim Transportation Solutions, is proud to announce the promotion of Jason Olesh to the position of Vice President.
Jason was hired at Aim in March, 1998 as a Regional Operations Supervisor for Aim’s Integrated division. Over the next 20 years, Jason has made his mark as a valuable member of the Aim team. He’s filled many different roles over the 2 decades of his employment, which gives him a robust background for his new role. ”
Aim Services is headed by President Scott Fleming who looks to a bright future for the company with Jason in the position of Vice President. “Jason was the obvious choice for Vice President of Services: His strength in leadership, his business savvy, and his character will continue to make him a valuable asset to the company” says Scott.
Aim Services was founded in 2013 as a transportation provider to the Oil and Gas Industry, focusing on the Marcellus and Utica Shale Play. Beginning with 4 water trucks, it experienced tremendous growth through 2014, which led to an expansion with the purchase of Bessemer Supply Company. As Aim Services continues to grow and diversify, Jason will be charged with overseeing continued growth in his new role. “Our goal when we started Aim Services was to become a Best in Class provider and that remains my primary focus as we expand into other areas” says Jason.
When asked about what he hopes to achieve in his new role, Jason says: “I am surrounded by a great team of professionals who do whatever it takes to provide the highest level of service in the industry. From our management team to the drivers and maintenance group, we have built an environment where “Yes We Can” is our first answer to any customer request. I have faith in the team we’ve built and our capabilities, and my goal is to continue to grow and expand our services while providing continued career development for everyone in the organization.”
Jason, who holds a bachelors’ of science from Youngstown State University, resides in Canfield with his wife of 25 years, Kathleen. The couple has an impressive 6 children and one grandchild. In Jason’s free time he enjoys watching and coaching his children in athletics.