Management

Stertil-Koni Names New Operations Specialist

Posted on May 24, 2019

Doug Frakes will work to process and ship vehicle lift equipment and accessory orders to Stertil-Koni's North American distributor network.
Doug Frakes will work to process and ship vehicle lift equipment and accessory orders to Stertil-Koni's North American distributor network.
STEVENSVILLE, Md. — Doug Frakes has joined vehicle lift supplier Stertil-Koni as an operations specialist. 

In his new post, Frakes will work closely with the company’s North American distributor network, sales personnel, and Stertil-Koni manufacturing locations in the U.S. and Europe to process and ship vehicle lift equipment and accessory orders.

“Every single day, Stertil-Koni is focused on delivering an exceptional level of customer care and support,” said Kevin Hymers, the company’s director of operations. “That is precisely why we are so pleased to enhance our team with a logistics professional with Doug’s background, expertise, and can-do spirit.”

Prior to joining Stertil-Koni, Frakes worked for 10 years at FedEx Ground in Upper Marlboro. During his tenure, he managed ground operations and new processes implementation, including inbound and outbound sort management and pickup and delivery management operations. Frakes was also responsible for the training and supervision of operations managers and administrators, executing analyses of operational metrics, and overseeing compliance with governing regulatory agencies.

Frakes will succeed Paul Marks, who recently announced his retirement from the vehicle lift supplier after 21 years.

Related Topics: vehicle lifts

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