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Emkay Names Nagy Senior VP Fleet Assets

May 28, 2009 - Press Release


ITASCA, IL – Emkay, Inc. has promoted David Nagy as senior vice president Fleet Assets. Nagy's new title and membership of the company's senior leadership team focuses his responsibility areas for all of the company's asset functioning operations including as acquisitions, registration, taxes, and remarketing.

Nagy joined Emkay in 2007. His responsibilities have grown steadily to include numerous other key leadership roles. Before joining Emkay, he gained more than 28 years of customer service, sales, and operational management experience after starting his fleet career at Avis Leasing in 1981. Nagy continued in the industry at various other fleet and financial organizations including General Electric and Donlen.

About Emkay

Founded in 1946, Emkay has over 75,000 units under lease and management throughout its system. With strategic focus on operational excellence and value-added services and technology, Emkay provides services to America's top companies. Operating companies are Emkay, Inc., USA/World headquarters in Itasca, Illinois; Emkay Canada Leasing headquarters in Ontario, Canada; Emkay Caribbean Leasing headquarters in Puerto Rico, along with Emkay Mexico and European- UNICO leasing programs ranks Emkay in top five globally. For more information, visit or contact the Emkay marketing department at [email protected] or 630.250.7400.


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