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AmeriFleet Launches New Company Focused on Truck Fleets

April 30, 2010

ALPHARETTA, GA - AmeriFleet Transportation has launched WorkTruck Transport, an AmeriFleet Company. WorkTruck Transport is designed to fulfill the needs of upfitters and truck fleets with logistics services and turnkey deliveries in accordance with the highest safety standards, according to the company.

WorkTruck Transport will be led by Tim Fontana, vice president and general manager. He brings to AmeriFleet's WorkTruck Transport years of experience in the upfit truck market. WorkTruck Transport employees include a dedicated team of DOT/CDL service delivery professionals and dispatch personnel supported by industry-leading systems and technology.

AmeriFleet executes more than 50,000 vehicle logistics transactions annually with many of these transactions for work truck customers.  WorkTruck Transport will build on this experience and further expand logistics services in the truck market.

"With the average work truck providing $1,500 in value per day for its user, responsiveness is critical for truck customers," said Fontana. "Knowing their logistics provider is both responsive and safe is an added bonus for work truck upfitters and truck fleets." 

More information on WorkTruck Transport is available at


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