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Fleet Manager Departs EMS USA

July 16, 2015, by Mike Antich - Also by this author


Lee (Jezek) Pierce has left her role as fleet and equipment manager for EMS USA, Inc., an oil and energy company headquartered in Houston, Texas. Pierce had assumed this position in January, and is now seeking a new opportunity.

Prior to her role at EMS USA, she was supply chain and fleet consultant for RGP in Houston.

From 1998 to 2010, Pierce was fleet manager for Service Corporation International (SCI), managing 7,000 vehicles for 2,000 locations within the funeral industry. Her responsibilities included purchasing, disposition, maintenance, fuel, collision, driver tax compliance, and the overall lifecycle of each vehicle.

While at SCI, Pierce developed the infrastructure for the fleet department from the ground up, creating policies, procedures, and reporting for senior management.

Contact Pierce at [email protected]

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