PHH Arval announced that Michael Quimby has been promoted to senior vice president of U.S. sales, where he will oversee a larger and enhanced sales team that will leverage the combined experience of PHH’s core fleet and truck organizations. In this role, Mike will join the PHH Arval North America senior leadership team.
“With Mike’s expanded role, PHH will continue to assertively focus our efforts on delivering end-to-end customer solutions that enrich the client experience while identifying opportunities to reduce costs for all asset classes, improving our clients’ competitive position, both today and in the future,” said Jim Halliday, senior vice president and chief business development officer for North America, PHH Arval. “The vast truck and fleet experience that Mike brings to the team, coupled with PHH’s history and leadership, will continue to position PHH as a leader in the industry.”
Since 2012 Quimby has held the position of vice president of sales for , a division of PHH Arval dedicated to fleets of light, medium and heavy trucks and equipment. Prior to joining PHH, Quimby served as the vice president of sales and marketing for Ryder System, Inc. During his career, he has held various executive leadership and sales role, including corporate officer at GE Commercial Finance, GE Fleet Services and Ryder. Quimby’s experience spans more than 25 years in transportation management services, logistics and financial industries.
Quimby has a Bachelor of Science degree from Keene State College and a certificate in finance from Harvard University.
To respond to increased customer needs, PHH has added the following sales executives as part of an ongoing expansion:
Lee Ness, regional vice president, Northwest Sales, joins PHH with more than 18 years of sales and sales management experience with Enterprise Rent a Car, Delta Airlines, and most recently Reynolds and Reynolds, where he managed new business relationships in the northwest region.
James Wineland, regional director, Midwest Sales, comes to PHH with nearly nine years of sales experience with Penske Truck Leasing, where he managed new business relationships in Salt Lake City, and most recently in Detroit.
“We’re excited about Mike’s new role and the addition of Lee and James as we continue to build on the strong depth and breadth that we offer clients requiring increasingly complex asset and cost management solutions,” said Halliday.