In the fast-paced and competitive world of business, there is one thing that Aim Transportation Solutions refuses to let slide: employee appreciation. While salaries and benefits are essential, there's another aspect of employee satisfaction that should never be overlooked: recognition and appreciation.
One of the ways Aim Transportation Solutions shows appreciation to our employees is by hosting employee appreciation lunches at each of our shops nationwide. As you may have seen on Aim’s social media over the summer, our awesome service managers and local teams host a lunch in their respective shops to show appreciation for the job each Aim employee performs daily. Most of the lunches are also attended by a member or two from our executive team in addition to the local folks.
Aim Transportation Solutions is happy to announce the promotion of Alexys Joshua from Licensing Clerk to Accounting Administrator.
“I love working at Aim because everyone is willing to help each other and the atmosphere is great like a big family,” said Alexys. “I am super excited to learn the position and learn new skills as well as new parts in the company.”
Aim Transportation Solutions is thrilled to announce it has been named to Newsweek’s list of Top 100 Most Loved Workplaces® for 2023. This list recognizes companies that have created a workplace where employees feel respected, inspired, appreciated and who are the core of the business model.
Whether in the hallway, stepping out of a truck or working under the hood, most Aim employees will tell you the same thing: working at Aim is like being part of a family. It’s that idea of family—support, unity, compassion and inclusivity—that informs every action and every decision the company makes.
Since the vital role a truck driver plays happens behind the scenes, it’s easy for many to overlook how critical they are to the American way of life. At Aim, however, drivers are anything but overlooked. They, along with our diesel mechanics, are front and center in all that we do.
Celebrating National Truck Driver Appreciation Week (NTDAW) is one of many ways Aim shows appreciation for our drivers. For those unfamiliar, this weeklong event calls upon Americans to show their appreciation for the country’s 3.6 million professional truck drivers and the fundamental role they carry out with pride and humility.
While Aim doesn’t need a special reminder of how crucial our truck drivers are for us to be able to provide best-in-class dedicated fleet services through our Aim Integrated Logistics division, Aim never misses seizing NTDAW to give our professional drivers an extra helping of appreciation.
Aim Transportation Solutions is excited to announce the promotion of Joseph Hodges to Mobile Applications Engineer. Joseph started with Aim in 2013, as a Junior Engineer, and every day since he has proven how vital he is to Aim’s MIS team and Aim’s overall mission.
In Joe’s new position, the major focus will be leading the development of the Aim Navigator iOS app, as well as training and overseeing any junior iOS developers brought onto the project. It will be his responsibilities to suggest and oversee any new technologies brought into the iOS app and keeping the iOS Aim Navigator app up to date with the latest technologies Apple brings to the platform.
“Along with this new responsibility, I will also continue to rotate between various technologies, applications, and problem spaces at Aim,” Joe said.
All August long we filled out Facebook and Instagram pages with our Aim family’s furry friends during our first-ever Employee Pet Photo Contest. This fun (and adorable) contest not only sparked a ton of engagement on social media, but it provided a great way for Aim to help pets in need.
Aim Transportation Solutions is excited to announce the promotion of Alexander Smith to Mobile Applications Engineer.
Alexander graduated from Youngstown State University in 2022 with a bachelor’s degree in computer science and started his career with Aim three years ago as an intern.
In his new position, Alexander will be responsible for managing the Android Aim Navigator app. That includes, but not limited to, producing new features, improving performance, and keeping up with the latest Android policy changes.
Aim Transportation Solutions is thrilled to announce the promotion of Jill Forame Guy to Process Improvement Specialist. Jill started her career with Aim in 1987 as a receptionist. She worked as a receptionist for a few years then made the move over to the accounting department and has been there ever since.
During Jill’s time at Aim, she has worked in many different areas and along with many different apartments. She has loved the people that she has been able to meet along the way.
In Jill’s new role, she will be working to see where Aim can make changes or improvements in challenging areas.
Aim Transportation Solutions launched a game-changing Road Rescue feature to its smartphone app, Aim Navigator. In fact, this new Road Rescue function—which streamlines the way Aim customer drivers request roadside service—is so game-changing that it caught the eye of the industry-renowned Commercial Carrier Journal, which recently profiled this Aim Navigator add-on.
One doesn’t often think of a family-owned and -operated company turning heads when it comes to technological innovations, but for Aim, it’s business as usual. For decades and running, Aim’s Chief Information Officer and Vice President of Information Technology, John Reed, and the technology department he leads have been dreaming up revolutionary ideas and turning them into real-world applications, adding value you won’t find anywhere else but Aim.
Aim Transportation Solutions is delighted to announce the kick-off of an exciting new partnership with Millwood, Inc., a leading pallet provider across the continental United States! Through our Aim Integrated Logistics division (a Transport Topics Top 25 Logistics Company), we will support Millwood’s shipping operation in Vienna, OH, also home of their corporate headquarters, by providing trucks, drivers, 24/7-365 operational support and much more.