“Supply Chain” seems to be the buzz word everyone wants to talk about. Supply chain disruptions have the ability to cause shortages on everything from toilet paper to electronics and toys to your Thanksgiving turkey. Between driver shortages, truck shortages and back-ups at the ports, every day brings a new challenge becoming increasingly frightening as the holidays quickly approach.
Several parallels can be drawn between Jade Sterling Steel and Aim. To name a few: Both are headquartered in Northeast Ohio. Both have been in business for more than five decades. Both deeply value their employees along with the strength and experience they bring. And, most importantly, both have an unwavering commitment to the businesses who utilizes their goods and services. So, when they went shopping for dedicated fleet providers, Aim Integrated Logistics was a no-brainer.
Two family-owned and -operated businesses both headquartered in Youngstown, OH build a partnership that spans multiple generations. In big cities and other parts of the country this may be a foreign concept, but in Youngstown it’s just another day.
Aim Transportation Solutions, a family-owned and -operated provider of commercial trucks and transportation services for more than 50 years, welcomes Susan Baer to the role of director of recruiting. In this critical position, she will lead a team of talent acquisition specialists in hiring experienced, well-qualified individuals to ensure the continued success of Aim and its ability to meet the demands of its rapidly expanding and diverse customer base.
Aim Transportation Solutions is proud to announce our Phoenix, AZ location as Best Overall Shop of the Year. Each year, Aim recognizes a top region as well as a top service manager, but this is the first time a single location has been recognized.“Phil [Vicinanza] and his team have worked incredibly hard to achieve this goal and I am pleased to be able to recognize their hard work,” said LeRoy Casali, Aim Regional Director of Maintenance. “He drives his team to consistently perform at top efficiency levels and they have risen to the occasion time and time again.”
The annual Aim National Sales Meeting, held every January, is an event for Aim Transportation Solution’s sales staff and executive team to celebrate the successes of the previous year and pave a strategic path into the new one.
If you bought it, a truck brought it. This short, familiar statement underscores how vital truck drivers are to our country. Nearly everything we depend on for our day-to-day lives took a ride on a truck. However, because a driver’s hard work and sacrifice happens behind the scenes, the magnitude of what they do can be taken for granted.
On Sunday, August 28 team Aim for a Cure, a group of race participants comprised of Aim Transportation Solutions team members and their families, shined up their running shoes for the 13th annual Panerathon at Covelli Centre in downtown Youngstown.
The prominent Salt Lake City-based trucking company Double D Distribution and Aim recently agreed to an Aim ProShop partnership, a unique service in which Aim assumes the responsibilities (and liability) of a business’s on-site fleet maintenance shop, and, in return, the customer receives all the benefits of Aim’s decades of maintenance experience as well as its vast cost-cutting resource network for parts purchasing and more.