Volvo Rents has appointed Bobby Creason vice president - fleet. In his new role, Creason will lead the Fleet Services team for Volvo Rents North America, optimizing the utilization of Volvo Rents’ assets, including the company’s rental fleet and service equipment.
“This was an easy decision, as we continue to implement a purposeful plan to take our business to the next level,” said Barry Natwick, chief operating officer of Volvo Rents, which operates more than 130 rentals stores throughout North America. “Bobby brings extensive field-level experience to the position and will no doubt use that experience to provide the necessary support to keep our stores successful and profitable. His appointment is yet another reason for us to look to the future with great enthusiasm.”
A 16-year veteran of the construction equipment rental industry, Creason originally joined Volvo Rents as a consultant in 2006. Since, he has held various positions, including franchisee of a rental center in Colorado and, most recently, West Mountain division manager.
“This is an incredibly exciting opportunity for me, as it allows me to employ my existing knowledge of the brand and enhance a network that is poised for aggressive growth in various markets throughout the world,” Creason said.
Creason and his family will be relocating to Pennsylvania from Colorado.
Shippensburg, Pa.-based Volvo Rents, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Volvo Group, is No. 21 on the RER 100.