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Daimler Truck Financial Names New Sales VP

Posted on December 21, 2016
Tobias Waldeck is now VP of sales, marketing, and remarketing for Daimler Truck Financial, which supports Thomas Built Buses and other DTNA vehicle brands.
Tobias Waldeck is now VP of sales, marketing, and remarketing for Daimler Truck Financial, which supports Thomas Built Buses and other DTNA vehicle brands.

FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich. — Tobias Waldeck has been named vice president of sales, marketing, and remarketing for the U.S. market for Daimler Truck Financial.

Daimler Truck Financial provides financial and insurance services in support of Daimler Trucks North America’s commercial vehicle brands, including Thomas Built Buses.

Waldeck, previously the managing director of Daimler Financial Services Mexico, succeeds Victor Calderon, who now occupies the role of managing director for financial services in Mexico.

“Tobias has proven to be an effective leader who values the importance of our strong business relationships at Daimler Truck Financial, and he brings extensive commercial financing and leasing experience to the team,” said Steve Goodale, vice president of Daimler Truck Financial.

In his new position, Waldeck is responsible for delivering customized, flexible, and innovative financial products and services for the business partners, dealers, and customers of Daimler Trucks North America’s commercial vehicle brands. He also plays a key role in driving strategic initiatives.

Related Topics: Thomas Built Buses

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