NORTHBROOK, IL - Donlen, North America's fastest growing and most innovative fleet leasing and management company, announced that they have been named to the Auto Remarketing Power 200 List, recognizing the most influential companies in the remarketing and used-car industry.

"Our team of remarketing specialists takes great care to ensure each of our customers realize the optimal balance between the time it takes to sell a vehicle and the selling price of that vehicle," said Gus Xamplas, Donlen's Vice President of Remarketing. "We treat each vehicle individually so that we are finding the right avenue to achieve that. It's an honor to be named to this list and recognized for our highly successful remarketing program at Donlen."

Xamplas brings deep industry knowledge with more than 30 years experience in the auto finance and leasing industries to Donlen's customers, and shares monthly remarketing trends each month on Donlen's blog,

Auto Remarketing is an industry leading publication reporting on issues related to the wholesale and retail used-car markets, with the majority of their readership being franchise, former franchise and independent used-car dealers.

For more information about Donlen's Remarketing services, please contact Gus Xamplas at 847-412-4995.

About Donlen Corporation

Donlen, with headquarters in Northbrook, IL, offices nationwide, and strategic global partnerships, is a leading provider of innovative fleet management programs. Since 1965, Donlen has offered its clients highly personalized and responsive customer service. Donlen has been recognized as one of Crain's Chicago Business "List of 20 Best Places to Work in Chicago" for 2009 and 2010, National Association for Business Resources "101 Best and Brightest Places to Work For in Chicago" in 2007-2010, a "Top 100 Global Outsourcing Leader" by the International Association of Outsourcing Professionals (IAOP) each year from 2006-2009, and a Stevie Award Finalist as "Most Innovative Company" in 2010. For more information about Donlen visit


Originally posted on Automotive Fleet