Jeff St. Pierre, president and CEO of TTN Fleet Solutions, has announced the hiring of Tyler Harden as vice president, service provider network. Reporting directly to St. Pierre, Harden will guide the company’s efforts to maximize customer service by continuing to build and refine TTN’s service provider network.
“Tyler’s proven ability to lead and grow businesses in the transportation towing, repair and maintenance space — along with the strong and valuable relationships he developed while creating and launching a first-of-its-kind captive insurance program for the heavy-duty towing industry — will benefit TTN Fleet Solutions as we continue to strengthen what is already the nation’s most reliable network of service providers,” St. Pierre said. “He’s a proven entrepreneur, and we’re pleased to add his enthusiasm, energy and expertise to our team.”
“I grew up in the heavy-duty towing industry and learned old-school business principles from my father and grandfather,” Harden explained. “I started in the shop of my family’s business, Jim’s Towing Service. Eventually I became vice president of the company and operated its three divisions — Towing & Recovery, Transportation and Fleet Maintenance — under the brand JTS Truck Repair.”
St. Pierre added, “In a challenging market, Tyler grew the business by more than 40% in less than 36 months, building a leadership team on the ground that allows for the continued growth and operation of the company today.”
TTN Fleet Solutions partners with towing, repair and maintenance businesses to serve the needs of its customers. The company negotiates with providers to establish fair and competitive rates and terms. Providers who perform well benefit from greater revenue, faster payment and a consistent source of business opportunity as network members.
“There are exciting things coming soon from TTN Fleet Solutions,” Harden said. “I’m looking forward to being a part of it. We’re expanding rapidly, adding new technology and continue to raise our profile in an industry that’s also expanding. I’m pleased to have this opportunity with TTN.”