Welcome Kathy Burke, Our New Vice President of Sales and Marketing
Joe Dickman | January 23rd, 2024
Emerald Transportation Solutions Welcomes Kathy Burke as New Vice-president, Sales and Marketing.
Fayetteville GA – Emerald Transportation Solution, a leading supplier of refrigerated transportation equipment is thrilled to announce the appointment of Kathy Burke as its Vice-president Sales and Marketing, effective December 11, 2023.
Burke is an accomplished and visionary executive sales leader, bringing a wealth of strategic and tactical experience to Emerald. With a proven track record of driving successful growth and customer satisfaction, Kathy is poised to extend Emerald’s success as the domestic leader in lightweight, thermally efficient refrigerated transportation equipment.
From Joe Dickman, Emerald CEO:
“We are delighted to welcome Kathy as our new Vice-president of Sales and Marketing. Her exceptional leadership skills, strategic insights, and commitment to providing exceptional customer experience make her the ideal choice to lead Emerald’s sales growth and marketing initiatives.
In her previous role as Executive, Client Strategy, Mobility, Cox Automotive, Inc., Kathy successfully guided the strategic direction and leadership of a team of strategic account directors. Her commitment to positive, solution-oriented outcomes for clients aligns perfectly with Emerald’s core values, making her an excellent cultural fit for the organization.
Burke’s enthusiasm for embracing Emerald’s cutting-edge technologies and fostering a culture of innovation will be instrumental in driving continued growth and market leadership. Under her guidance, we are confident that Emerald will reach new heights and create lasting value for Emerald and all its clients.
Please join us in extending a warm welcome to Kathy Burke as she embarks on this exciting journey as our Vice-president of Sales and Marketing.”
About Emerald Transportation Solutions:
Emerald Transportation Solutions is the leading supplier of lightweight, thermally efficient refrigerated transportation equipment. From compact vans to 28’ straight trucks, Emerald designs and builds the perfect solution for our client’s exact needs. Emerald works closely with all chassis, body and refrigeration system manufacturers to ensure the right delivery platform. Emerald’s vehicle selection includes the largest domestic inventory of finished goods – in stock and ready-to-roll.
Feel Free To Contact Us If You Have Any Questions
What does under DOT mean?
Questions regarding DOT requirements come up often. 10,000 lbs GVW (gross vehicle weight) and over are commercial vehicles that fall under the Department of Transportation regulatory requirements.
What is the difference between GVW and payload?
GVW or Gross Vehicle Weight is the entire weight of the vehicle including the payload. The payload weight represents the amount of cargo you are hauling.
What is a self-powered unit and a vehicle-powered unit?
A self-powered unit has its own fuel source and will run independent of the truck. This is the heaviest and most expensive option. While vehicle-powered units run off the engine via a compressor mounted on the engine. These are less expensive and lighter in weight but you must run the truck or plug the electric standby into shore power.
What does K-factor mean and why is that important?
K-factor is a term that stands for the overall insulating value of the container (truck body). Quite simply the lower the K-factor the better the truck body will be able to maintain a given temperature and require less energy to do so.
How much lighter is a Poly Van vs a US spec body?
Poly Van bodies are very light. On average we estimate we are 75-150 lbs per foot lighter than a traditional sheet and post foamed in place body. These weight savings translates to less fuel burn and less CO2 emissions, along with added payload, the most important benefit.