Arrow Truck Sales reshapes management structure for heightening retail focus

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Arrow Truck Sales has announced a restructuring of its middle management team in an effort to continue to strengthen its retail presence in the industry.

“We are positioning ourselves for a strong year in 2004,” said Ed Justis, president and CEO of Arrow. “With these management changes, we are aligning the company to better focus on our retail customers. Our objective is to provide the best customer service in the industry and to sell the best product in the industry: value-priced, high-quality reconditioned units that serve our customers’ business needs. We stand behind the trucks we sell.”

Two new regional sales managers positions have been created, reporting to Lee Wallace, senior vice president – field operations. These managers will be responsible for Arrow branch operations, including sales and profitability, overseeing the reconditioning process of all pre-owned units, warranty administration, sales training and customer satisfaction.

George Papp has assumed responsibility as the eastern regional sales manager. He had spent 18 years as a successful new and used truck salesperson before joining Arrow in 2000 as national fleet sales manager.

Ken Kosic has recently rejoined Arrow as western regional sales manager. He started in the heavy truck industry in 1971 and has worked at major truck dealerships and has gained a wealth of industry knowledge through his sales and management experience.

Pete Monize has been promoted to group purchasing director. His responsibilities include managing all regional purchasing of trucks on the open market, remarketing of Volvo and Mack trade inventories and overseeing all wholesale activities.

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