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Kelley Fleet Services Names Parks VP Maintenance

March 06, 2009

MISSION VIEJO, CA – Kelley Fleet Services LLC (KFS), a fleet maintenance provider, appointed Mike Parks to vice president of Maintenance. In this position, Parks will be responsible for overseeing KFS maintenance operations, bringing solutions and continuity to customers nationwide. As part of this continuity, he is also in charge of all maintenance policies and procedures and managing the national vendor contracts for the company.

"Mike's experience in transportation and maintenance and commitment to superior customer service is unparalleled in the industry," said Don Kelley, president and CEO of Kelley Fleet Services.

Parks brings to KFS 34 years of experience in transportation and manufacturing. Most recently, Parks was president of Fleet Maintenance Services at Comcar Industries, Inc. the nation's third largest privately-held transportation and logistics company. Prior to that, he was the vice president of Maintenance, Purchasing, and Manufacturing at Ryder Automotive Operations, Inc.

Kelley Fleet Services provides dedicated fleet maintenance services to large private fleets nationwide, including Pepsi Bottling Group, Frito Lay, Federal Express, Boeing, Schwan's Foods, National Dairy Holdings, and Dean Foods. 

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