ATS Fleet Services Names New Vice President Sales

American Traffic Solutions (ATS) Fleet Services, a provider of fleet toll and violation management systems, has appointed Craig Cheatle as the new vice president of sales.

According to ATS, Cheatle will be responsible for leading the company’s strategic business development efforts while closely working with the account management team.

With more than 22 years of automotive and fleet management experience, Cheatle’s prior positions include vice president of sales and marketing at QEK Global Solutions, head of business development and client services at AmeriFleet Transportation and corporate sales manager at Audi of America.

"We are thrilled to have Craig on our team,” said Adam Draizin, president of fleet services for ATS. “His experience and strong leadership skills will position us for continued growth, and his creative vision will help guide our future products and services.”

For more information on ATS Fleet Services, visit www.atsfleetservices.com.

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