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PHH Arval Appoints SVP for U.S. Sales

November 22, 2013

Photo of Michael Quimby courtesy of PHH Arval.
Photo of Michael Quimby courtesy of PHH Arval.

PHH Arval has promoted Michael Quimby to senior vice president of U.S. sales to oversee an enhanced sales team, the fleet management company announced Friday.

With the move, Quimby joins the PHH Arval North America senior leadership team.

Since 2012, Quimby has held the position of vice president of sales for PHH FirstFleet, a division of PHH Arval dedicated to fleets of light, medium and heavy trucks and equipment.

Prior to joining PHH, Quimby served as the vice president of sales and marketing for Ryder System, Inc. In his career, he has held various executive leadership and sales roles including corporate officer at GE Commercial Finance, GE Fleet Services, and Ryder. Quimby's experience spans more than 25 years in transportation management services, logistics and financial industries.

Quimby has a bachelor's degree from Keene State College and a certificate in finance from Harvard University.

In related news, PHH announced two external hires of sales executives Lee Ness and James Wineland.

Ness joins PHH as regional vice president of Northwest sales. He has more than 18 years of sales and sales management experience with Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Delta Airlines, and Reynolds and Reynolds where he managed new business relationships in the northwest region.

Wineland joins PHH as regional director of Midwest sales. He brings nearly nine years of sales experience with Penske Truck Leasing, where he managed new business relationships in Detroit and Salt Lake City.

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