Big Truck Rental, LLC. announced that Jeanie Dubinski will take over the role of President. Additionally, Ms. Dubinski will continue to serve on Big Truck Rental’s Board of Directors. Dubinski will oversee all aspects of Big Truck Rental’s business operations throughout North America and the Caribbean. “Jeanie has been a strong and proven leader in the solid waste industry for the past seven (7) years,” said Scott Dols, CEO of Big Truck Rental. “The knowledge she brings of the solid waste business both public and private haulers has added significant value to our Company.”
“I am so proud to lead one of the most successful companies servicing the solid waste industry,” Dubinski said. “Big Truck Rental has a very exciting future and I am lucky to be a part of the team.” Prior to Big Truck Rental, Dubinski was Chief Legal Officer of Waste Pro USA, Inc., where she oversaw all legal matters and assisted with various business lines, including the operational units of the company. She received Bachelor of Arts. from Youngstown State University, in Youngstown, Ohio, a Juris Doctorate degree from Stetson University, College of Law, in St. Petersburg, Florida and a mini Executive MBA from Boston University and the Association of Corporate Counsel in Boston, Massachusetts. Dubinski serves the National Waste & Recycling Association on the Board of the Women’s Council and Past-President of same. In addition, she serves as Co-Chair of the Future Industry Leaders Alliance.
BTR’s predominantly Heil® garbage truck body fleet and their nationwide dealer network also play into Dubinski’s strengths. With new innovative products at her disposal such as the Curotto-Can automated front loader, Heil CNG powered garbage trucks with the patented CNrG (Synergy) Tail-Gate, as well as refuse trucks equipped with Parker RunWise® Hybrid Technology (which can cut fuel consumption and emissions up to 50%) added to BTR’s inventory, Dubinski will have the most complete and cutting edge product portfolio behind her supporting the customers’ needs.
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