ARI Names Two New Senior Vice Presidents

MT. LAUREL, NJ (December 16, 2013): ARI®, a leading global fleet services provider specializing in complex car and truck fleets, is pleased to announce two new executive appointments: Mark Bryan has been named Senior Vice President, European Operations and Tim McHugh has been named Senior Vice President, North American Supply Chain.

Bryan – who was serving as ARI’s Vice President of Global Operations just prior to this new position – will now be responsible for all of ARI’s European businesses, including operations in the UK, Germany, Belgium, France and Spain. He has also served as Vice President of European Integration and Acting Managing Director of ARI Fleet UK, where he played a critical role in the integration of that organization into the ARI family of companies. He has consistently made a positive impact since joining the company in 2007, helping to streamline processes, improve procedures and develop efficiencies whenever possible. A 20-year fleet industry veteran, Bryan’s previous work experience includes serving as Vice President and General Manager of Miller Truck Leasing Company and other sales and management positions with Rollins Leasing Corp. He holds a BS in Business Administration from Rowan University.

McHugh – who was serving as ARI’s Vice President of Supply Chain and Compliance just prior to this appointment – will now be responsible for overseeing vehicle acquisition, remarketing and compliance services for all of North America. A 24-year employee of ARI, he has demonstrated leadership, expertise and vision through all of the different positions he has held in a variety of departments, including Licensing & Compliance, Vehicle Remarketing and Fleet Administration. As Vice President of Client Relations, a role he held before moving into his role as Vice President of Supply Chain and Compliance, he helped guide the company’s client retention efforts, which had a major impact on the organization’s long-term strategic plan. He holds a BS in Management from Saint Joseph’s University.

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