Doering Fleet Management has named Adam Berger its president and has opened offices in two states, the Brookfield, Wis.-based leasing company has announced.
Berger, who previously served as vice president of sales, started the new role on Aug. 1. Joseph "Chip" Doering, the former president, remains chief executive. Doering founded the company in July of 1989. Nan Henrichs remains vice president of finance.
"We have an amazing team of professionals serving hundreds of organizations around the country," Berger said. "We love what we do and who we do it for."
In August, the company opened offices in Nashville, Tenn. and Oklahoma City, Okla. The company also opened an office in Omaha, Neb. in early 2018.
The company has also launched TesLease by Doering, a battery-electric vehicle leasing and fleet management brand focusing on Tesla vehicles.
"The proliferation of EV and AV technology, telematics, data-driven decision making, and advanced safety technologies make this industry one of the most desirable," Berger said. "We say 'expect the unexpected' because this industry is evolving rapidly and we're on the forefront of the change, agile in our stance, and excited for what is to come in the industry."
Earlier this month, the company relauched its corporate website, DoeringFleet.com, and the Tesla-focused MyTesLease.com.
Originally posted on Automotive Fleet