ALPHARETTA, GA - AmeriFleet Transportation, the Atlanta-based industry leader in total logistics solutions and transportation services to the fleet management and corporate fleet industry, announces the promotion of Terri Stiffler to Director, Client Relations.

Stiffler joined AmeriFleet in 2002 as an account consultant and most recently held the position of Client Relations Manager, AmeriFleet Canada.  AmeriFleet created the new position of Director, Client Relations to insure execution of their strategic geographic expansion initiatives in both the Canadian and U.S. markets.  In her new role, Stiffler will focus on the continued development and growth of AmeriFleet's Canadian business unit through consultative sales efforts and client relations.  She will also work on strategic growth initiatives and client development in the U.S. 

Prior to joining AmeriFleet, Stiffler held a position as a service center liason with PHH, one of the world's leading fleet management companies.

"Terri's experience in fleet logistics and fleet management give her a unique perspective when developing logistics solutions for our clients. Her efforts have had a significant impact on AmeriFleet's success to date," John Norris, President, AmeriFleet Transportation. "We look forward to her continued contributions in this expanded role as she further develops our Canadian operation takes the lead on key growth opportunities in the U.S."

Stiffler will be based in AmeriFleet's Glen Rock, Pennsylvania office.

About AmeriFleet

Founded in 1997, Alpharetta, Georgia-based AmeriFleet Transportation provides total logistics solutions and transportation services to the fleet management and corporate fleet industry.  Through more than 16 company-owned North America locations, AmeriFleet provides the industry's most consistent high-quality transportation and ancillary services to its clients which include some of the largest fleet management/leasing companies and self managed corporate fleets in the U.S. and Canada.  For more information visit


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