Announces the 2011 Inductees to the Fleet Hall of Fame Exclusively Sponsored By
Ken BaittingerAutomotive ResourcesInternational (ARI) • Career at ARI spanned 47 years, ranging from frontline customer service/operations to sales. • In 1990, played a vital role when he served as general manager for one year for an acquired company, Lend Lease Corp., as it was integrated into ARI. • Developed ARI’s quality assurance program, Partners in Excellence. • Brought first nationwide license renewal service to industry.
Shirley Collins, CAFMGlaxoSmithKline • Named AF’s Professional Fleet Managerof the Year in 2000. • Achieved year-over-year savings through process improvements and automation, policy revisions, and selector streamlining. • Successfully integrated fleets in major mergers and many smaller acquisitions. • Created a comprehensive driver safety program.
Ray FisherChrysler Corp./Donlen Corp. • Restructured and expanded Chrysler fleet. • Introduced RWD sedans and two Dodge police vehicles. • Developed Chrysler’s Certified Pre-Owned program and established a small commercial fleet dealer network. • Formed Chrysler’s first Client Advisory Board
George KilroyPHH Arval • During tenure as CEO, PHH Arval brought the industry’s first environmental program, telematicssolution, driver mobile program, and violationsmanagement program to market. • Under Kilroy’s leadership, PHH Arval has been recognized for advancements in technology, outstanding customer service, and corporate citizenship. • Responsible for relationship with Environmental Defense Fund beginning in 2006.
Bob MartinesCorporate Claims Management(CCM) • Began fleet career in 1977 with SALEX. • Initially conceived, developed, and implemented concept of accident management in 1979. • Conceived, helped create, and oversees development of CCM’s FleetGuard Safety Management program. • Received NAFA’s “Outstanding Chapter Service Award” in 2003.
Jim McCarthySiemens Corp. • Named AF’s Professional Fleet Managerof the Year in 2005. • Siemens employee for 27 years, responsiblefor fleet management for past 18 years. • Founding member and organizer of Siemens Shared Services organization. • Long-standing member of Siemens Global Procurement Board.
Gary RappeportDonlen • Named Executive of the Year at 2009 AmericanBusiness Awards. • In 2010 was accepted as a member of the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) for spearheading the industry-wide CGI Commitment to Action titled, “Commercial Fleet 20-Percent GHG Emissions Reduction.” • In collaboration with Environmental Defense Fund, committed resources over next five years to help reduce GHG emissions in fleet industry.
CONGRATULATIONSFleet Hall of Fame 2011 Inductees RayFisher GeorgeKilroy Shirley Collins Ken Baittinger BobMartines Jim McCarthy GaryRappeport