By Joyce C. Dimaculangan
Fleet Financing Resources recently hired Dane Smith as Finance Officer. In his new role, Smith will work in the commercial transportation equipment finance sector to cultivate existing and build new relationships, with a focus on manufacturers, dealers, and operators.
Smith brings to FFR more than two decades of experience in the transit services and motor coach industry. Before joining the company, he worked at Lin Lines, Inc. as Operations Manager, as well as at Sunline Transit Agency as transportation center supervisor.
“We are very excited to welcome Dane to the Resources family. He brings to us and our customers tremendous knowledge and is well respected throughout the transportation industry for his accomplishments,” remarked FFR President and CEO Dave Reynolds. “Dane truly shares our vision, passion and above all, our commitment to providing our customers with elite, unmatched commercial vehicle financing.”
About Fleet Financing Resources
Headquartered in Riverside, California, Fleet Financing Resources offers a wide range of funding solutions, focusing on commercial vehicle fleet leasing and financing of used or new titled transportation equipment. Established in 2002, the company counts more than 3,800 customers across the US.
FFR is a leading specialty lender in the country, with more than $400 million in assets originated since its creation. The company focuses on A and B credit quality. It offers funding of up to $350,000 through its Application-Only program, while it conducts a full financial statement analysis for certain credit types or bigger transactions. For more information, visit www.ffresources.com.
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