Hessenauer named VP of JET Fleet, National programsDecember 21, 2020
By Herald Staff
JASPER — Jasper Engines & Transmissions has announced the appointment of Craig Hessenauer as Vice President over the company’s Fleet and National Programs.
Craig has been a JASPER Associate-Owner for 31 years, serving in numerous markets throughout the United States. He has spent the last 25 years as a Regional Vice President.
“JASPER serves fleets in many industries, and is well known for high-quality products and customer service,” said JASPER Vice President of Sales, Joe McDonald. “Our newly named Fleet and National Programs group has been developed to assure that we provide high-quality service for industry-specific markets.”
“At Jasper Engines & Transmissions, we are committed to continuous improvement,” McDonald added. “This group is focused on improving our collaboration with fleet administrators to help them overcome the ongoing challenges that they must face. This complements the Fleet Installer Program announcement we made last year, and brings additional value to our overall fleet focus.”
“I’m excited to bring a larger focus to our National Partners and the fleet industry as a whole, said Hessenauer. “Our Nationwide branch inventory and product breadth, now including fuel components, has put us in a unique position. We’ve listened to our fleet partners and created a program that will help streamline their vendor needs.”
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