Heavy Duty Trucking

JUL 2014

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Trucking's Most Respected Business Report 24 HDT • JULY 2014 www.truckinginfo.com previously was with Meritor as senior VP and president of aftermarket and trailers. Omnitracs named David Post president and chief operating officer. As CEO at MRI Soft- ware, which provides enterprise SaaS solutions for the real estate industry, Post led the effort to acquire MRI Software from Intuit and build it into a stand-alone company. The Owner- Operator Inde- pendent Drivers Association named longtime trucker and owner-operator Scott Grenerth director of regulatory affairs. Meritor appointed Jay Craig president and chief operating officer, from senior VP and president of Meritor's Commercial Truck & Industrial segment. Mark Evans , previously with Milacron, was named senior director, field sales, aftermarket, North America. Bergstrom has promoted Joe Kirby to general manager of aftermarket sales. Kirby joined the Bergstrom team in 2010 as the director of aftermarket sales. Bruce Stockton has joined the Kenan Advantage Group as vice presi- dent of fleet services, overseeing the fleet's ap- proximately 6,200 power units and 9,700 trailers. He previously was vice president of maintenance and asset management at Con-way Truckload and more recently was president and CEO of the consulting company Stockton Solutions. The Arkansas Trucking Associa- tion named Shannon Newton president, replacing longtime head Lane Kidd , who left earlier this year to lead The Trucking Alliance. UPS has promoted Chief Operating Officer David Abney to chief executive officer. Scott Davis , 62, CEO since 2008, is retiring. Abney, 58, began his UPS career in 1974 as a part-time package loader. Noted yFord's Kansas City assembly plant is moving at full capacity to meet the demand for its Transit full-size van that begins arriving at dealers this On the Move hotline Inthinc Technology Solutions named David Muse president, signaling renewed focus on strategic growth and expansion. Muse was COO of P2 Energy Solutions, a software provider to the upstream oil and gas industry. ACT Research welcomed Jim Meil as principal, industry analysis. Meil previously was vice president and chief econo- mist with Eaton. Fras-le named Pedro Ferro its new CEO. Ferro Bruce Stockton Scott Grenerth Scott Grenerth www.monroeheavyduty.com Replacing worn shocks may help prevent costly, abnormal wear to a new set of steer and/or drive tires. Protect your investment with the premier name in ride control. Monroe ® Shock Absorbers. ©2014 Tenneco Tires Are Expensive. Shocks Are Not. A smart decision now may save money later. Jim Meil Jim Meil Circle 115 on Reader Action Card

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