Volvo Trucks has promoted Mike Randolph to vice president of national accounts for North America.
Since joining the OEM in 2010, Randolph has served as director of national accounts and as regional fleet manager for the Western U.S.
In his new role, Randolph will oversee Volvo’s national accounts team, which the company said ”develops total fleet solutions for less-than-truckload, truckload and private fleets.”
“Mike’s wealth of industry knowledge and experience make him ideally suited to lead this important facet of our business and further the partnerships with our national account and national leasing customers,” said Göran Nyberg, president of Volvo Trucks North American Sales and Marketing.
Randolph has more than 20 years of trucking industry experience, largely in sales and marketing roles at corporate and dealer locations. He will continue to be based at Volvo Trucks’ North American headquarters in Greensboro, NC.
Randolph succeeds Herb Broadmeadow, who will retire at the end of the year after 36 years with Volvo Trucks in North America. Broadmeadow held a variety of sales positions during his career at Volvo, including vice president of the Southwest U.S. region and director of national accounts.