PeopleNet now has 29 Certified Transportation Professionals on staff

May 2013
Fleet Owner Blog;5/13/2013, p3
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The article reports on fleet management company PeopleNet employees who became Certified Transportation Professionals (CTP), namely Bryan Coyne, Trent Gilles, Scott Stenberg and Kerri Tabor.


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