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AmeriQuest Names Wagner as Sales Executive

June 04, 2009 - Press Release

CHERRY HILL, NJ – AmeriQuest Transportation Services, a provider of comprehensive fleet management services, chose heavy-duty trucking veteran Paul M. Wagner to join its private fleet carrier procurement team as a sales executive.

"While the rest of the industry is recognizing a downturn, AmeriQuest is expanding its sales force with the overall objective to improve communication with its members," said William McCouch, vice president of business development. "Paul's 20-plus years of experience in the heavy-duty truck market, ranging from the OEM to the aftermarket segments, will enhance his contributions to the Mid-Atlantic region under his responsibility."

Most recently, Wagner served as district sales manager for Hino Motor Sales. Prior to that, he was fleet sales and service manager for ZF Lenksysteme, a subsidiary of ZF Industries Worldwide. Wagner also held a number of sales and service positions during his 15 years with Eaton Truck Components.

A resident of Townville, S.C., Wagner attended the University of Northwestern Ohio, where he studied automotive technology and business.

About AmeriQuest Transportation Services
AmeriQuest is a comprehensive fleet management services provider. By leveraging the strength of over 700,000 vehicles, AmeriQuest delivers savings, expertise, and opportunities to its private fleet and truckload carrier members. AmeriQuest provides supply management services, asset management services, material handling services, financing, technology products, and outsourced transportation management services such as full service leasing, integrated logistics, and contract maintenance. Go to to learn more.


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