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William B. Meyer, Inc. Taps Transervice Logistics for Fleet Maintenance Services in Stratford, CT

Transervice Logistics, Inc., a leading provider of customized transportation solutions, has been selected by William B. Meyer, Inc. to provide maintenance services to a fleet of approximately 100 vehicles, including straight trucks, tractors and trailers. Jim Lavery, Transervice’s Director of Business Development for New England led the sales effort and will remain the account manager.

To support this contracted service, Transervice has established a new shop location at 255 Long Beach Blvd. in Stratford, Connecticut at the headquarters of William B. Meyer, Inc. The on-site location will be staffed by two technicians and overseen by Ken Tocci, General Manager, who will report to Assistant Vice President Arthur Mavromatis. The shop officially began operations in July.

According to Tom Gillon, Jr., President of William B. Meyer, Inc., “the best solution for optimal fleet safety and performance was to have a dedicated fleet maintenance service provider situated on our premises. Partnering with Transervice shows our long-term commitment to DOT compliance and overall safety. We are excited about the new partnership.”

William B Meyer, Inc., has been helping redefine transportation, storage, and distribution solutions since 1915.  With multiple locations throughout Connecticut, New York, and Massachusetts, and a well-established world-wide network of partners, William B. Meyer, Inc. combines the ideal blend of flexibility, technology, and experience to ensure every business and institution receives the exact combination of services they require.

Transervice Logistics, Inc., headquartered in Lake Success, NY, provides customized supply chain solutions including logistics, dedicated contract carriage, fleet leasing, contract maintenance, and material handling equipment leasing and maintenance. The company maintains more than 120 regional and local facilities across North America and manages over 25,000 pieces of equipment.