Daimler Truck North America (DTNA) introduced that Brian Daniels was appointed as vp, vocational nationwide accounts, efficient November 1, 2022. On this position, Daniels and his staff will proceed to help truck tools producers, whereas figuring out development alternatives for Daimler Truck North America’s vocational fleet enterprise.
Daniels succeeds Richard Saward who will retire after a 42-year tenure at DTNA.
“On behalf of your complete DTNA staff, we wish to congratulate Brian Daniels on his promotion to vp, vocational nationwide accounts, and thank Richard Saward for his a few years of devoted service to the corporate,” stated David Carson, senior vp of gross sales and advertising and marketing at DTNA. “We have now little doubt that this transition in management can be seamless for all concerned. Brian will proceed to make use of his sound management abilities and dedication to prospects to maneuver our firm and types ahead.”
Attending to Know Daniels
Daniels started his profession with DTNA in 2006, working as powertrain product analyst, the place he fostered and developed buyer and seller relationships figuring out product options to fulfill their wants. Since then, Daniels has held positions of accelerating accountability in numerous features together with, advertising and marketing, product technique and on-highway nationwide accounts. Since 2019, Daniels has served as director of gross sales and distribution at Daimler Vehicles Remarketing.
Daniels is not any stranger to Work Truck, being interviewed as a high subject-matter professional for a number of options through the years. Again in 2019, Daniels famous that for DTNA, “understanding how our prospects use their autos is extraordinarily essential. We ask prospects to offer an in-depth overview of their operations, together with any data that will have an effect on their autos.”
He has all the time been targeted on guaranteeing fleets get essentially the most out of their models from spec’ing, to buy, to resale and Work Truck is happy to see what this new position will carry for him and work truck fleets.
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