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Dav El Expands East Coast Sales Team

Posted on August 11, 2010 by LCT Staff - Also by this author - About the author

Robert Van Ess will be responsible for developing and acquiring new business in the mid-Atlantic region for the global chauffeured transportation provider.

CHELSEA, Mass. — DAV EL CHAUFFEURED TRANSPORTATION NETWORK recently hired Robert Van Ess as Vice President, Mid-Atlantic Region.

Van Ess previously worked as a senior vice president at EmpireCLS, based in Seacaucus, N.J.

"Robert brings a wealth of industry experience of close to two decades in the chauffeured transportation business,” said Dav El President and CEO Scott Solombrino in a statement. "I am confident he will be a solid asset to our strong sales team.”

Under the management of Steve Pitel, vice president of worldwide sales, Van Ess will be responsible for acquisition and development of new business throughout the Mid-Atlantic region including Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland and the District of Columbia. Van Ess also will be responsible for full execution, administration, and customer service of each client.

Van Ess brings to Dav El Chauffeured Transportation Network a solid industry foundation of demonstrated effective results in client development, as well as customer service, including international client relations, and strategic planning.

In his most recently held position as a senior vice president of national accounts, Van Ess secured a number of top Fortune 500 companies, executed preferred supplier agreements, and managed marketing efforts on a national and global basis.

Van Ess is also a member of the Association of Corporate Travel Executives, Meeting Professionals International, NBTA, New Jersey Travel Managers, and SKAL.

DAV EL CHAUFFEURED TRANSPORTATION NETWORK, headquartered near Boston, is one of the largest privately-held chauffeured transportation organizations in the world, operating in more than 550 cities worldwide with a company owned fleet of 791 vehicles.

Source: Dav El

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