Ryder System has announced Anthony Tegnelia, president, Global Fleet Management Solutions, will retire from Ryder after a career of more than 33 years with the company. Robert Sanchez, who has served as executive vice president (EVP) and chief financial officer (CFO) since October of 2007, will succeed Tegnelia as president of Ryder’s largest business segment.
Sanchez brings to his new role 17 years of experience with the company in numerous assignments, including an earlier senior leadership role within the Fleet Management Solutions business segment as EVP of US operations.
In turn, Art Garcia, a 13-year veteran of Ryder’s corporate accounting team who has served as senior vice president (SVP) and controller since October 2005, will succeed Sanchez. Garcia will also continue to serve as the company’s principal accounting officer.
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