Rhode Island-based Arpin Group has announced the promotions of Allison Dickson, Kevin Amatucci, Richard Travisono, Roxana Andrews, and Steven Rivera.
Allison Dickson becomes vice president of domestic pricing and account services. She has over 30 years of experience in the moving and storage industry. In her new role, she will be responsible for developing the company’s domestic rates and pricing tariffs to optimise profitability and market competitiveness.
Kevin Amatucci has been promoted to vice president of domestic corporate accounts and customer care. He joined Arpin Van Lines in 2013 and has over 29 years of experience in the household goods relocation industry. In his new role, Kevin will oversee the day-to-day operations of domestic corporate accounts customer care department and serve as the primary customer care liaison between Arpin Van Lines and client representatives.
Richard Travisono brings his knowledge and experience of the complex safety issues affecting the moving industry as director of driver services. Richard will be responsible for the implementation and maintenance of best-in-class programs, procedures, and policies for all safety-sensitive aspects of Arpin’s operations and driver services. Prior to joining Arpin, Richard served as a Capitol Police Officer for the State of Rhode Island for 15 years.
Roxana Andrews has been promoted to director of customer care. Roxana joined Arpin Van Lines in 1996 as a move coordinator and has been awarded employee of the month multiple times throughout her tenure. In her new role, she will be responsible for directing the customer care department and its employees as well as overseeing the relocation process on corporate accounts.
Steven Rivera has been appointed director of operations. Steven joined Arpin Van Lines in 2008 and will be responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of both dispatch and planning.
David Arpin, President and CEO of Arpin Group said, “Allison, Kevin, Richard, Roxana, and Steven have all been successful in their careers at Arpin and are always willing to take on additional responsibilities. With their expansive knowledge of the industry and Arpin’s operational processes, we look forward to seeing them excel in their new roles.”
In a separate announcement the company confirmed the appointment of Allison Dickson, Renee Abrantes, and Richard Travisono to the Arpin Group Management Committee. The Management Committee is responsible for making recommendations and implementing the vision of Arpin’s Board of Directors; facilitating and overseeing the company’s financial performance, corporate governance, budgeting and asset allocation; overseeing major projects and initiatives; and improving the effectiveness and efficiencies of the company’s management strategies, staffing, and operations across all divisions and business lines.
Photos: Allison Dickson, Richard Travisono, Roxana Andrews, Steven Rivera, Kevin Amatucci, Renee Abrantes
The Mover has learned of the recent death in a motoring accident of Mark Dearbourn from Arpin. In addition to his work in the industry Mark was dedicated to his charitable work, most recently working in his capacity as president of the Arpin charitable fund, Arpin Strong, building homes for homeless people in Panama City. Mark will be greatly missed by all who knew him.
Photo: Mark Dearbourn