Ryan Knight joins QuikQ

Sept. 15, 2015
New VP of Business Development adds trucking, software, technology experience

QuikQ announced Ryan Knight has joined the company as its new vice president of business development.

“Ryan is a senior sales professional with an accomplished career in the transportation industry delivering revenue and profitability in highly competitive markets,” said Ernie Betancourt, president. “He is also an excellent consultant with problem solving capabilities based on his knowledge of truckload, LTL, 3PL, waste, ready-mix and oil and gas fleets. His background in trucking, software and technology will be very valuable to QuikQ and its growing customer base.”

Knight’s professional experience includes sales, operations and business development roles with truckload and private fleets, and in the development of a third-part logistics company, at Peak Transportation and Whiteline Express, according to QuikQ. He has also held sales roles at Schaefer Systems International, Waste Technology Division, and at Asset Intelligence.

 “I joined the team at QuikQ to help develop and market this entirely new way of processing fuel transactions that saves money for truck stops and carriers,” Knight said. “By helping manage the entire process from carrier back office to truck stop back office, QuikQ’s Fuel Purchasing System provides truckstops and carriers with much needed real-time fuel transaction data. I’m looking forward to creating opportunities for this cutting edge technology. It’s a perfect fit for me.”

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