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LeasePlan USA Announces Promotions in Operations

February 22, 2007

ALPHARETTA, GA – LeasePlan USA has promoted Tim Martin to vice president, Atlanta operations, reporting to Mike Pitcher, executive vice president, corporate fleet.Previously, Martin served as director, remarketing where he implemented a regionalized auction remarketing plan, resulting in heightened brand awareness for LeasePlan vehicles. This awareness helped expand buyer pools and increase vehicle resale values for LeasePlan clients. In his new role, he will be responsible for the management of commercial fleet operations, which includes purchasing, vehicle upfitting, remarketing, license, title, and registration.In addition, David Jankiewicz has been promoted to director, maintenance and repair management. During his seven-plus years of service at LeasePlan, he has served in several management positions throughout fleet operations. In his new role, he will oversee the operations of the maintenance and repair management department, which includes vendor relations, call center reporting, budgeting, and software and process development. He will also examine ways to increase driver usage of national account vendors, which in turn, will help reduce maintenance costs for clients. Jankiewicz will report to Tony Blezien, vice president, Chicago operations.
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