After completing a large-scale expansion project, Aim Transportation Solutions in Pottsville, PA, has more than doubled the size of its truck maintenance facility, allowing for higher output, enhanced service and quicker turnaround for new and existing customers alike.
This investment builds on already strong, enduring partnerships with area businesses. Over the last few years, the local Aim maintenance team has earned quite the shining reputation. The shop, located at 1182 on Highway 61, is known for its “can do” attitude. That is, when it comes to truck maintenance and repairs, there’s nothing these guys can’t or won’t do.
Youngstown State University held its annual STEM Expo on February 23, 2023. This event was hosted by The College of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM). YSU holds this expo twice annually and it gives students and employers a great way to get to know one another and talk about job opportunities in the local community.
There were roughly 120 employers that gathered to meet prospective interns and employees. As many as 800 undergraduates, graduates, and alumni attended this year’s expo. Dan Kellgren, VP of Software Development, led Aim’s team at this event.
Selling is hard, but there are those who make it look easy. Perhaps there’s no group that makes it look easier than the business development professionals at Aim Transportation Solutions. That’s because they work tirelessly to ensure Aim’s valued customers’ trucks, equipment and services are tailored to exactly how they do business, increasing efficiency and driving revenue.
Last year, perhaps no one made it look easier than these four NationaLease Masters Club Sales Award winners from Aim: Matt Svancara, Executive Vice President of Sales & Marketing; Brian Peisker, Business Development Manager; Kerry Langlois, Senior Account Executive; and Mike Wall, Regional Sales Manager.
Aim Transportation Solutions is thrilled to announce that Tom Reda has been promoted to the position of Senior Vice President of Integrated Sales. Tom started his career with Aim in 2019, bringing over two decades of transportation experience during which he held leadership positions in both operations and business development. Tom has been an instrumental part in growing Aim’s Integrated Logistics division.
Tom has learned the industry from the ground up. He began his career in the transportation industry with scheduling, routing, and dispatching and progressed to managing multiple operations. On top of that, he spent a considerable time designing and selling large-scale transportation solutions.
Safety is vital to any company, but for those in the transportation industry, like Aim Transportation Solutions, it’s everything. And when it comes to safety, Aim employees don’t just talk the talk. They walk the walk, as the Aim-Family Express driving team recently proved.
In celebration of Women’s History Month, Aim Transportation Solutions is proud to host our second annual Women in Transportation Panel. This virtual panel will take place on Thursday, March 23, 2023 at 10:00 a.m. eastern time and will feature prominent women in the transportation industry engaging in a discussion on what drives their success in this historically male-dominated field.
This year, the focus of our panel discussion will revolve around a growing, but often overlooked segment - female truck drivers.
Representatives from Aim Transportation Solutions, including Co-President Scott Fleming, were among hundreds of attendees representing family-owned businesses at the Youngstown-Warren Regional Chamber’s second annual Family-Owned Business Recognition Dinner at the beautiful Lake Club in Poland, OH.
Talk to those Youngtown, OH, area business owners, and you’ll uncover a common and resounding pulse: Family. Youngstown’s heartbeat is family business. Since Black Monday, that ill-fated day in 1977 that marked the beginning of the end for steel businesses in the region, family-owned businesses have stepped up and sustained the community, providing jobs, giving back and keeping the regional economy afloat.
The United Way of Youngstown and the Mahoning Valley announced last month the success of their 2022 campaign – securing a whopping $6.6 million to expand their positive, long-lasting impacts for those in the Mahoning Valley who need it most.
The Fleming family and Aim Transportation Solutions have been longtime partners of the United Way with Aim Co-President Scott Fleming and his wife and Co-Owner of Mega Barre Youngstown, Erica Fleming, serving as the 2022 United Way campaign chairs.
If you’re a diesel mechanic in the Pittsburgh area and looking for a great place to work, we have an event for you! Aim Transportation Solutions is hosting a hiring event at our Crafton, PA location on Wednesday, March 15th, from 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Our team will be conducting open interviews and offers will be made on-the-spot to qualified candidates!
For more than four decades, family-owned and -operated Aim Transportation Solutions has been a pillar in the Mahoning Valley and Youngstown area, providing rewarding careers, giving back to the community and, of course, delivering unparalleled commercial transportation services to businesses nationwide.
Carrying on this legacy in 2023 and beyond, Aim’s leadership is thrilled to reinforce their commitment to Aim’s employees, customers and the region by announcing a $1.7 million renovation project currently underway at Aim headquarters in Girard, OH.