May 23, 2013
Andrew McEnaney, General Manager of Idealease Business System, was honored with the Certified Transportation Professional (CTP) designation from the National Private Truck Council Institute, the educational and professional certification arm of the NPTC at their recent Annual Education Management Conference.
The CTP program was established in 1993 to enhance the respect and prestige of private fleet and transportation professionals. Since then, more than 900 people have earned this elite designation, a benchmark of excellence in the private fleet industry.
To earn the CTP designation, individuals must demonstrate the knowledge and ability to understand complex operational and regulatory issues related to private fleet management, identify and evaluate potential costs and savings, and develop systems and practices that meet their company’s transportation needs and objectives.
“Andrews join the ranks of the ‘best of the best’ in our industry,” said Daniel J. Murphy, President and CEO, Idealease Inc. “He is committed to enhancing his knowledge of private fleet management, which will strengthen our ability to help our private fleet customers operate as efficiently as possible. Andrew joins a growing number of Idealease professionals who have earned this prestigious designation.”
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