Transervice Logistics names two new regional directors

Transervice Logistics names two new Directors of Business Development

Transervice Logistics Inc. announced the appointment of two new Regional Directors of Business Development. Both Directors have over 30 years of experience in sales and management. Jon Vaughn will manage all sales opportunities for the Southeast Region of the U.S., with emphasis on developing new relationships in the states of Tennessee, North and South Carolina, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia and Florida, as well as parts of Louisiana and Texas.

Vaughn was formerly with Penske Truck Leasing where he was a Regional Account Executive and Lease Sales Representative. He also held sales and management position with Ryder Truck Rental, Rollins Truck Leasing and Interstate Quikserv & Volvo Trucks of Waco.

Pat Mangham will handle business development for the South Region, covering a territory that includes parts of Texas and Louisiana, Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri, New Mexico, Arizona, and Colorado.

Mangham comes to Transervice from Merchants Fleet Management where he was Regional Sales Manager. He spent 15 years with Donlen Corporation as Vice President of Client Relations and Vice President of Business Development for its financing and fleet managing solutions and was a Regional Sales Manager for fleet management company Wheels, Inc.

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