Youngstown native and Aim Regional Vice President of Operations, Pat Grandy, was inducted into the Struthers Athletics Hall of Fame for both high school football and high school basketball. During his high school years, he led the football team with records in receptions and touchdown receptions and he led the basketball team to the 1999 District Championship/Regional Final. Pat went on to play college football at Westminster College in New Wilmington, PA.
Kerry Langlois was promoted to director of key accounts. He joined Aim in 2004 and had previously been a senior account executive.
“I am honored to be given this opportunity,” he said. “I really do enjoy selling and feel blessed to work for such a great family business as Aim.”
Please join us in congratulating Freddy Solis on his promotion to Software Security Architect. Freddy started his career with Aim Transportation Solutions in 2014 as a Programmer Analyst. Shortly after, he was promoted to Software Development Team Lead, a position he held until his latest promotion to Software Security Architect.
“As Aim’s in-house developed software options continue to expand, there is an ever-growing need to focus on software cyber security,” said Vice President of Software Development, Dan Kellgren. “To continue to maintain a high level of security, Aim has created a new position within its software development group. Freddy will be heading up our software security efforts.”
Maintenance is the heartbeat of Aim’s day-to-day operations. In fact, Aim’s award-winning service not only sustains us; it elevates us. It’s why more and more companies are choosing Aim for their transportation needs. Aim as a company doesn’t get to its elite level without hardworking, dedicated individuals, those like Scherry May, who was recently promoted to Maintenance Support Director.
Scherry got her start in the transportation industry back in 1996 working for Fyda Freightliner in the warranty department. Two years later, in ’98, Scherry would join Aim’s warranty department, and, going on 25 years since, she has climbed the ranks while simultaneously establishing herself as an invaluable resource for Aim’s nationwide maintenance division.
Aim Transportation Solutions is thrilled to announce the promotion of Paul Slater, MA, CPA, CGMA, to Vice President, Corporate Controller. Since coming on board in 2000, Slater has been instrumental in all of Aim’s accounting functions while being an invaluable leader for several departments, including billing, accounts payable, accounts receivable and collections, and licensing and permitting.
Aim Transportation Solutions is thrilled to announce the promotion of Jessica Bochy Deane to Vice President of Marketing. Since coming on board in 2008, Deane has risen through the ranks by forming and growing Aim’s marketing department into a well-oiled machine for lead generation and brand elevation.
As Aim’s Vice President of Marketing, Deane will continue to lead the company’s marketing efforts on multiple fronts: promoting Aim’s unparalleled commercial fleet services, managing Aim’s brand identity, and, as of 2022, promoting Aim as an employer to foster recruiting and improve retention.
As the old adage goes: If you bought it, a truck brought it. It’s a short and simple statement, yet, in just eight words, it underscores how necessary truck drivers are to our daily lives. To help the nation not lose sight of this, National Truck Driver Appreciation Week (NTDAW) is held every year in September. During this weeklong event, Americans are asked to show their appreciation for the country’s 3.5 million professional truck drivers and the fundamental role they carry out quietly and with pride. So, before we go any further, we want to say: Thank you, drivers. We truly appreciate you. All of you.
Aim Transportation Solutions is proud to announce a flurry of promotions within Aim Integrated Logistics, Aim’s division offering unparalleled dedicated fleet and freight brokerage services.
Since its inception, Aim Integrated Logistics has steadily grown into a household name within the commercial trucking industry. Currently, Aim Integrated Logistics ranks 22nd on Transport Topics' Top 50 Dedicated Carriers list.