Enterprise Holdings Appoints New Vice President of Vehicle Remarketing

Enterprise Holdings announced yesterday that Nate Lattimer is the new vice president of remarketing sales and operations for the company’s Enterprise Rent-A-Car, National Car Rental and Alamo Rent A Car brands — as well as its Enterprise commercial trucks business and Enterprise fleet management affiliate.

In Lattimer’s new role, he will be responsible for vehicle remarketing for all the North American operations as well as overseeing more than 400 local account representatives, according to Enterprise. Lattimer succeeds Mike Bystrom, who was promoted to a senior executive position within the company.

In 1996, Lattimer began his career with Enterprise as a management trainee and was later promoted into management positions in Memphis, Tenn., and Louisville, Ky. After moving to the company’s corporate offices in 2008 as corporate fleet manager for the West Coast, he was promoted to assistant vice president, fleet, West Coast, in 2011.

“When Nate joined the corporate team, he quickly became a key player and consistent top performer, thanks to his ability to listen, react and lead,” said Kurt Kohler, senior vice president of fleet acquisition and remarketing.

Lattimer is based at Enterprise Holdings’ corporate headquarters in St. Louis.

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