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Reston Limousine Acquires Service Division

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Posted on June 13, 2019
Reston Limousine CEO Kristina Bouweiri and COO Tony Simon at the company's headquarters in Sterling, Va. The executives have partnered on a new division called RLS Fleet Services to provide client operations with full fleet management in addition to making Reston's maintenance functions more efficient. (LCT file photo)

Reston Limousine CEO Kristina Bouweiri and COO Tony Simon at the company's headquarters in Sterling, Va. The executives have partnered on a new division called RLS Fleet Services to provide client operations with full fleet management in addition to making Reston's maintenance functions more efficient. (LCT file photo)

STERLING, Va. --- Capitol Coachworks and RLS Fleet Services completed an agreement to divest Capitol Coachworks’ service division, which operates a 13,000-square-foot fleet maintenance facility, the companies announced June 13.

Capitol Coachworks founder and President David Webb will continue to operate the vehicle sales and leasing business units independently. RLS Fleet Services, co-owned by transportation industry veterans Kristina Bouweiri and Tony Simon, has assumed ownership and management of the service unit.

Bouweiri is owner and CEO of Reston Limousine in Sterling, Va., where Simon serves as COO.

Loudonnow.com (Loudon, Va.) report here

Related Topics: business deals, business expansion, fleet management, Kristina Bouweiri, maintenance, Maryland operators, mergers & acquisitions, Reston Limousine, Tony Simon, Virginia operators, Washington DC operators

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Comments ( 1 )
  • Pierre Bernard

     | about 5 months ago

    An interesting article. The divestment clearly worked for both parties for it to be going. A warehouse of that size for sure is where the former company has decided it wants out, and/or no more servicing. Now whether its a purely restructuring kind of choice where the change is or something less awesome for a business owner and due to something in the economy, there is a still the "stay in the sales and leasing" aspect and so says the industry still has all this between the two companies, just rearranged. https://www.atlantagreatermetrolimousine.com/

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