May 8, 2013
Nashville, Tenn.’s Kile Truck Refrigeration was named Carrier Transicold’s 2012 North America Dealer of the Year at the annual meeting of Carrier Transicold’s Americas Truck/Trailer/Rail dealers.
Reefer Services of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, was named Latin America Dealer of the Year.
Themed “Smarter Thinking” in recognition of the dealer network’s strategic delivery of innovative and reliable products and customer-focused solutions, Carrier Transicold dealer representatives from the United States, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Ecuador, Venezuela, Central America and the Caribbean gathered for the event where a total of 67 awards were presented for 2012 performance and business investment.
This is the second North America Dealer of the Year award for Kile Truck Refrigeration, having also been named in 2000.
“In 2012, Kile Truck Refrigeration excelled in all areas – customer satisfaction, service proficiency, year-over-year improvement, investment and growth,” Tom Spencer, manager, dealer network, Carrier Transicold, says. “Their strong performance was a result of their professionalism, passion and focus on customers.”
Kile Truck Refrigeration also received Carrier Transicold’s first-ever “Extra Mile” Award, which recognizes, “Exemplary customer service delivered consistently over time,” according to Spencer.
Kile Truck Refrigeration’s Mark Garner was named Dealer Service Manager of the Year. A Carrier Transicold dealer since 1991, Kile Truck Refrigeration also attained a Quota Buster Award for exceeding sales goals and the NextLevel2 Platinum Award, recognizing achievements for sales, service, customer focus, growth and investment in the business.
This was also the second Latin America Dealer of the Year Award for Reefer Services, which also took top honors for the region in 2008.
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