One Nexus Group acquires Commercial Truck Training

One Nexus Group acquires Commercial Truck Training

One Nexus says it can now offer three services rather than two: fleet management training, sales training, and recruitment/hiring support.

One Nexus Group has announced the acquisition of American commercial and fleet dealership training provider Commercial Truck Training.

Founded by Ken Taylor, Commercial Truck Training has been in the business of dealer sales training since 1989. Alongside Taylor, Will Brogan, vice president of operations at Commercial Truck Training, has also joined the One Nexus team.

“I am very excited to be incorporating Commercial Truck Training into the One Nexus family,” said Taylor. “Since founding Commercial Truck Training, our work with individual commercial dealerships has been an incredible success. By incorporating sales and marketing systems, even brand-new sales consultants have been able to reach a high level of sales in less than six months. Commercial Truck Training is a culmination of hundreds of techniques and programs that give any commercial dealership the ‘winning edge.’ Now, I can’t wait to help One Nexus provide a brand new service that will massively benefit their portfolio of services, as well as their customer’s selling skills.”

“It’s fantastic to have Ken and Will onboard with the team at One Nexus. Their invaluable expertise within the industry, combined with the legacy of Commercial Truck Training, propels One Nexus into a new era of excellence within the US Fleet market,” said Elton Nikaj, One Nexus director. “In light of the acquisition, we are proud to now offer three distinct services instead of two: fleet management training, sales training, and recruitment/hiring support, allowing us to better serve our clients and offer a more comprehensive suite of services tailored to our client’s individual needs.”

You May Also Like

Fleet Advantage, FleetNet America by Cox Automotive partner on financing, maintenance solutions

An unbundled leases structure with finance and nationwide maintenance options.

Cox-Automotive-TMC-1400

Fleet Advantage, provider of specialty financing, fleet data analytics, fleet management services, and life cycle cost management, announced a collaboration with FleetNet America to facilitate fleet maintenance service offerings to organizations with transportation fleets that seek all the benefits of an unbundled lease structure with access to a maintenance provider with a nationwide network.

Good News! Parts, labor costs fell slightly Q4 2023

Decisiv, TMC Benchmarking Report shows trend reversal from previous quarter.

Decisiv-TMC-Benchmarking-Report-1400
Hunter Engineering to show HawkEye XL at TMC

Technician testimony appears to back up Hunter’s claims of increased alignment speed when using the HawkEye XL.

Hunter-HawkEye-XL-aligner-at-TMC
Navigating diesel engine oil usage uncertainties

The importance of tracking miles, monitoring oil levels and keeping accurate service records.

navigating-oil-usage-uncertainties
Southeastern Freight Lines promotes new service center manager

Keith Schneider has held various leadership positions with Southeastern, and will relocate to fulfill this new role.

Southeastern-freight-promotion-Keith-Schneider

Other Posts

Powerfleet, MiX Telematics approved for business combination

The combination is expected to be complete in the first week of April, after which the businesses will be branded as Powerfleet.

Powerfleet-x-MiX-telematics-integration
Reinzosil sealant now a part of Spicer CV service kits

The RTV sealant will come alongside other components in the Spicer CV kit like an oil seal, bearing cup and cone, washers and more.

Reinzosil-RTV-sealant-spicer-service-kit
PPG launches AdjustRite Repair Management tool

The company says the newest feature of the PPG AdjustRite commercial estimating system can enhance productivity for vehicle repairs.

PPG-Adjustrite-diagnostic-shop-efficiency-management-tool
Premier Truck Group opens new Amarillo, TX facility

The new facility replaces an old location; Premier Truck Group says customers will notice the improvements.

Premier-Truck-Group-Amarillo