Mike Albert Fleet Solutions named Nate Shadoin the company’s director of sales and fleet electrification, which is a newly created position for the FMC.
Mike Albert created this position to further its mission to empower fleet clients to achieve their sustainability goals and improve their ROI with electric vehicles, according to the company.
“We’re excited that EVs and fleet electrification initiatives have become top of mind for businesses and government agencies who have carbon footprint reduction initiatives and want a lower total cost of ownership,” said Shadoin. “We’re proud to lead in this growing segment of the industry and help our clients realize the benefits of a zero-emission fleet.”
Shadoin joined Mike Albert Fleet Solutions in 2015 where he has worked closely with several OEMs in the electric vehicle space and helped companies and municipalities nationwide make the transition to fleet electrification, the company said. He was previously a national sales manager at Zenith Motors.
“Nate is an unshaken leader in his belief in electric vehicles and the long-term value they can deliver to its owners and our environment,” said Jeff Hart, President at Mike Albert. “Through experience and continuous research, he has acquired extensive knowledge of the vehicles, batteries and charging solutions, as well as the monetization of incentives, grants and tax credits. He is a true champion of electrification.”
Shadoin, a lifelong sports car, racing, and auto industry enthusiast, attended Butler University in Indianapolis, the hometown of the Indianapolis 500. He’s now based in Cincinnati, Ohio.
“Nate has become an expert in electrification by working diligently with manufacturers of electric vehicles and batteries and with vendors of charging infrastructure,” said Mike Hardesty, VP, business development/strategic alliances at Mike Albert. “Nate has earned their respect and communicates with them regularly to stay up on the most recent developments in the industry.”