Aim Transportation Solutions, a family-owned and -operated provider of commercial trucks and transportation services for more than 50 years, welcomes Frank DeMain III to the role of Director of National Accounts & Sales for Aim Integrated Logistics. In this key position, DeMain will be a single point of contact and support for Aim’s valued dedicated fleet customers across the country that operate out of multiple locations.
After another banner sales year, the Aim Transportation Solutions sales and leadership teams flew to sunny Florida for the seventh annual National Sales Meeting: Drive Success. The mission of this two-day event, held every January, is to celebrate the successes of the previous year and lay the strategic foundation for the one ahead.
Please join us in congratulating Dan Kellgren on his promotion to Vice President of Software Development. Dan started his career with Aim Transportation Solutions in 1995 as he was finishing his bachelor’s degree in Computer Information Systems from Youngstown State University. His first role with Aim was IT Tech Support on a team of three.
From that initial role, Dan worked his way up to Senior Programmer on the software development side before leaving Aim in 2008 for an IT director role at a local entrepreneurial company. Dan returned to Aim in 2013 where he has been serving as the Director of Software Development until being named Vice President of Software Development this month.
Today, we are pleased to announce the promotion of Jeff Schuyler to Vice President of Technology at Aim Transportation Solutions.
Schuyler, a life-long Mahoning Valley resident, was born and raised in Liberty, OH, where he still resides. He is a graduate of Liberty High School and Youngstown State University and is the middle child in a family of three boys.
“Aim has always been a constant part of my life throughout good times and bad,” said Schuyler. “This organization, the ownership, and the people, have given me the opportunity to grow and take what started as a job and turn it into a wonderful, engaging career.”
Aim Transportation Solutions is hosting a hiring event at our Freedom, PA location. On Tuesday, January 17th, from 7:30 a.m. - 6:00 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 a Pittsburgh Penguins hockey game. Winner will be chosen at random.
Aim Transportation Solutions is thrilled to announce three promotions within its robust maintenance division: LeRoy Casali has been promoted to Director of Maintenance ProShops (while continuing as Director of Maintenance for Aim shops in Colorado and Arizona); Nick Martin to Director of Maintenance West; and Marcus Hawk to Regional Maintenance Director Region 8.
The Loveland, CO-based company delivers more than just top-notch coffee and tea. Gold Seal also provides coffee and specialty beverage sellers with necessities like hot and cold beverage cups, coffee stirrers, straws, cup sleeves and drink carriers. Essentially, Gold Seal delivers all the supplies necessary to operate a coffee shop.
That last bit is important. Without those supplies, those businesses can’t remain open. This means Gold Seal must make its deliveries on time every time, and they can’t do that without reliable, well-maintained trucks. That, of course, is where Aim Transportation Solutions comes in.
What started as a fun and festive team-building exercise turned into something much more meaningful this month at Aim’s corporate headquarters in Youngstown, OH.
“I think it just speaks to the center of Aim’s corporate culture that a simple team-building exercise, to create a little bit of fun in the office, turned into a meaningful and impactful fundraising effort,” said Vice President of Human Resources, Carli Kuntze. “We have an amazing group of people at Aim who are always going above and beyond to make a difference in the community.”
It was a jolly ol’ time at the Aim Transportation Solutions offices, in Youngstown, OH, as employees took part in our annual Christmas Luncheon.
“We’re all extremely busy, especially this time of year, so the annual Christmas Luncheon is a great way for us to slow down, take a moment and celebrate and appreciate the holiday season with our co-workers, who truly are like a second family,” said Karrie Chilkotowsky, Aim’s Software Project Manager and this year’s event organizer.