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MetroGistics Promotes Four Executives

January 18, 2017

(clockwise upper l. to r.) Cope, Garcia-Perry, Ruch, and Trautman photos courtesy of MetroGistics.
(clockwise upper l. to r.) Cope, Garcia-Perry, Ruch, and Trautman photos courtesy of MetroGistics.

Vehicle transportation provider MetroGistics has promoted four executives following the company's planned merger with AmeriFleet, the St. Louis-based company has announced.

MetroGistics has promoted Jeremy Cope to executive vice president of operations and strategy, Martha Garcia-Perry to vice president of growth initiatives and integration, Dustin Ruch to vice president of business development, and Melissa Trautman to vice president of marketing strategy and integration.

"Our tremendous growth and industry leadership would not be possible without these four outstanding individuals," said William Billiter, co-founder and managing partner. "We salute Jeremy, Martha, Dustin and Melissa and congratulate them on their well-deserved promotions."

Cope, Ruch and Trautman are based out of the company’s headquarters in St. Louis, while Garcia-Perry is based out of Metro Auto Express in Thornton, Colo.

Ruch previously served as director of business development for MetroGistics. He joined the company in 2010 at its inception. Cope joined the company in 2012, and has 13 years of experience in auto transport. Garcia-Perry has been with MetroGistics since 2013.

Trautman joined MetroGistics in 2012 as an insurance analyst, and quickly moved up the ranks to process improvement manager and director of process improvement and planning.

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