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American Traffic Solutions Names VP of Sales

February 06, 2014

Craig Cheatle
Craig Cheatle

American Traffic Solutions (ATS) has hired Craig Cheatle as its vice president of sales, the company announced Thursday.

Cheatle will be responsible for leading the company's strategic business development efforts while "working closely with the account management team to ensure new clients are properly brought onboard and existing client needs are continually met," according to the company.

Cheatle joins ATS with 22 years of experience in automotive and fleet management. He spent 16 years with QEK Global Solutions as vice president of sales and marketing; AmeriFleet Transportation as head of business development and client services; and Audi as corporate sales manager.

"We're thrilled to have Craig on our team," said Adam Draizin, ATS' president of fleet services. "His experience and strong leadership skills will position us for continued growth, and his creative vision will help guide our future products and services."

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