BLOOMFIELD HILLS, MI - Integrated fleet services veteran, QEK Global Solutions, is proud to announce the return of Craig Cheatle as vice president of Strategic Sales.
Cheatle rejoins QEK with more than 18 years in the automotive industry at the fleet management, leasing, and manufacturer levels with a focus in the areas of sales, marketing and operations. Craig worked at QEK from 1992-2004, holding various positions such as Director of Sales and Marketing. In 2004, Craig moved on to Audi of America as their Corporate Sales Manager, where he was responsible for developing and launching more than a dozen strategically designed programs targeted to generate incremental sales across key markets in Commercial Fleet, Dealer Service Loaner, VIP, Rental, and European Delivery segments. Most recently, Craig was the Vice President of Strategic Development at AmeriFleet Transportation where he was responsible for heading up the new business development and client services teams.
Kerry Budry, QEK's President and CEO stated "We are excited to have Craig back as part of our team, his strong leadership skills and focus on building new business through leveraging relationships will prove to be a valuable asset to QEK's growth strategies".
At QEK, he will be a member of the senior leadership team and will be responsible for developing strategic client and business partnerships and for the development of new service solutions.
Craig holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Marketing from Hillsdale College in Hillsdale, Michigan. He is an active member of the National Association of Fleet Administrators NAFA and will be working at QEK's corporate headquarters in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan.
QEK, headquartered in Bloomfield Hills, MI, is a leading provider of asset management solutions and proprietary asset management software (eGAMS®). QEK enjoys longstanding associations with many of its customers, including General Motors, Nissan, Chrysler, Ford, Toyota, Delphi and other various clients.
QEK is owned by a Penske lead consortium group of investors Transportation Resource Partners, LP (TRP), United Auto Group, Inc., Penske Truck Leasing Co., L.P., and Opus Ventures General Partner Limited.
Originally posted on Automotive Fleet