Aim Transportation Solutions has built its brand on delivering unparalleled commercial fleet services driven by family-owned and -operated attention and care. At the core of it all is a unified commitment to safety. Aim’s safety-first culture allows us to serve our valued customers dependably, efficiently and, of course, safely, protecting the lives and well-being of everyone representing Aim and all those with whom we come in contact.
Over 1,300 people are killed and more than 116,800 people are injured in vehicle crashes on snowy, slushy or icy pavement annually, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation. While there is no sure way to completely remove the danger out of driving on snow- and ice-covered roads, there are precautions drivers can take to reduce the threat of crash, injury or worse.
Shirley Bland, Aim’s Fleet Asset Manager, recently retired from the military, as a Master Sergeant, after 37 years of service. Bland has been an integral part of Aim’s day-to-day operations since joining the company 35 years ago. For more than three decades, she has successfully balanced her military career, including multiple overseas deployments, with her Aim career and raising her children.
Want to get your hands on some of the finest bourbons and tequilas and have it be for a good cause? You’re in luck! The United Way of Youngstown & the Mahoning Valley is raffling off a one-of-a-kind gift basket containing 15 top-shelf bottles as part of the non-profit’s Champions Holiday Auction. This prize package includes names like Blanton’s, Casks, Buffalo Trace, Blade and Bow, Noah’s Mill, Gran Centenario Anejo and much more!
On October 20, Aim Co-President Scott Fleming jumped behind the bar at R46 Restaurant & Bar, in Canfield, OH, as a celebrity bartender for a fundraising event benefiting the United Way of Youngstown and the Mahoning Valley.
Earlier this year, Mr. Fleming and his wife, Erica, were named United Way campaign chairs, and Mrs. Fleming, as owner of the Mega Barre in Youngstown, OH, also poured drinks as a fellow celebrity bartender.
Aim Transportation Solutions blocked off five days, from October 10 – 14, to celebrate the hard work and commitment of the talented individual who make up our nationwide diesel mechanic workforce during Aim’s very own National Technician Appreciation Week.
Aim Transportation Solutions was recognized, honored and presented with multiple awards during NationaLease’s 78th Annual Meeting in Chicago.
Composed of 120 businesses, NationaLease, is one of the largest truck rental and full-service leasing organizations in North America. Aim’s longtime NationaLease membership gives its customers access to superior, trusted and consistent service at more than one-thousand locations across the United States and Canada.
Aim Transportation Solutions is hosting a hiring event at our Buffalo, NY location. On Wednesday, November 9th, from 8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. We are hiring diesel mechanics with on-the-spot interviews and offers and we will be raffling off a pair of tickets to the November 20th Bills v Browns game at Ralph Wilson Stadium to one lucky individual who interviews at the event. Winner will be chosen at random.
Aim Transportation Solutions is thrilled to announce the promotion of Jessica Bochy Deane to Vice President of Marketing. Since coming on board in 2008, Deane has risen through the ranks by forming and growing Aim’s marketing department into a well-oiled machine for lead generation and brand elevation.
As Aim’s Vice President of Marketing, Deane will continue to lead the company’s marketing efforts on multiple fronts: promoting Aim’s unparalleled commercial fleet services, managing Aim’s brand identity, and, as of 2022, promoting Aim as an employer to foster recruiting and improve retention.
Diesel mechanics are the backbone of the transportation industry. Unfortunately, though, the national technician shortage has been gaining momentum, especially during the last few years. Countless variables are contributing to the shortage, which means there’s no easy fix. Because of this, the recruiting environment is fierce, and businesses are having to get creative and dump a ton of time, money and resources to attract candidates from a shrinking pool of available qualified diesel mechanics.