ASTG Appoints Trueblood General Manager - Transmission Digest

ASTG Appoints Trueblood General Manager

Reed Trueblood has been appointed ATSG General Manager and will be responsible for setting the topline strategy and managing the execution of all ATSG operations.

According to the company, “Reed brings with him more than 15 years of automotive aftermarket experience, and most recently held the position of Director of Marketing for Haynes, Chilton and Clymer Repair Manuals.”

Having led an array of initiatives over the years, Trueblood said, ‘Together we will turn potential into action items resulting in ATSG becoming the dominant force of automatic transmission technical support and information.”

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