Transportation Services Co. Names New President

Posted on October 20, 2016

Tod Eskra has taken the reins of school bus fleet management firm Transportation Services Co.
Tod Eskra has taken the reins of school bus fleet management firm Transportation Services Co.
Tod Eskra has been appointed president of school bus fleet management firm Transportation Services Co. (TSC).

TSC works with school districts, private contractors, not-for-profits, and school bus manufacturers. The firm is a member of the TransPar Group of Companies, along with TransPar and School Bus Consultants.

TSC is focused on providing customized solutions to help cut costs and increase operational efficiencies in the areas of acquisition, fleet planning, funding, maintenance, technology, risk management, fuel, and disposal.

Eskra brings more than 20 years of experience in executive leadership and sales management. He has led the sustained growth and profitability of such organizations as ADP Inc. and Enterprise Fleet Management Inc. His most recent role was as a corporate officer at Enterprise.

“I am excited and proud to join this organization, and I believe with the team we have in place and our robust menu of products and services, TSC is poised to make a significant, long-lasting, and positive impact on the school bus fleet management market,” Eskra said. “Our unique approach to holistically addressing the life cycle and management of the school bus fleet will translate into a positive experience for the school districts, contractors, and students.”

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Comments ( 1 )
  • Erik

     | about 3 years ago

    I worked with Tod at Enterprise. He is a true level five leader and I was sorry to see him go. TSC has gained a visionary. Good luck Tod!

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