The new strategic partnership combines TransPar’s and Mercury’s expertise in fleet consulting and management services.
Pupil transportation veterans Scott French, Jim Bergeron, and Barbara Reyes join the logistics consulting company.
Charlie Bruce replaces the retiring David Guy as president and CEO of the school bus parts distributor. Bruce will also remain senior partner of Transportation Advisory Group.
Bus contractors and other transportation operators are expected to benefit from cost savings as a result of the partnership between TransPar and National Interstate.
School bus industry veteran John BeGasse is expected to help the firm expand its services to school transportation operations in more areas of the country.
The fleet business works with Adams 12 Five Star Schools and Boulder Valley School District to help boost the quality and efficiency of support vehicles.
Doug Martin is named president of TransPar, taking over for his father, Kyle Martin, a 35-year school transportation industry veteran.
Tod Eskra takes the reins of the school bus fleet management services firm, which is a member of the TransPar Group of Companies.
TransPar Group, which manages more than 1,700 vehicles for various school districts in the U.S., joins the TSC program that offers exclusive services.
Richard Jacobs, Robert Pudlewski and Dr. Jerry Bartee will serve on Transportation Sector Consultants’ newly formed board, using their expertise to assist its growing number of school district customers.
In selecting a firm to evaluate your transportation program, a weighted scoring sheet with an array of criteria can help to evaluate bids.
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