Get to know members of our logistics team.
Dave Gurska started his career in 1993 as a salesman for Aim Transportation Solutions and was eventually promoted to Regional Vice President. In 2010 he was promoted again, this time to the position of Vice President of Business Development for Aim Integrated Logistics, the logistics division of Aim Transportation Solutions.
Aim Integrated is a total transportation solution provider. Their Services include Dedicated contract carriage, Yard Management, TMS, and Warehousing. David says of taking on these new roles “It's obviously a very exciting time for me both personally and professionally. They say you need to have a great foundation in order to build something amazing. I am blessed to be left with an operations group that has been around a long time, and has a great reputation in the industry. We have been fortunate to have had some exciting growth over the past four years, but we also plan on looking for acquisitions in 2014. With a little over 500 trucks and drivers at over 60 operations throughout the US, we are in a great position to help companies both small and large. We truly design and implement customized distribution systems for companies nationwide."
David is an alumni of Penn State – Behrend in Erie, PA and in 2006 was inducted in to their Athletic Hall of Fame for his achievements on the basketball court. He resides in Hermitage, PA with his wife Gina and is father to 2 children, Alexis and Matthew.
Bruce Berger is Senior Vice President of Operations for Aim Integrated Logistics. After serving four years in the United States Navy, he received his degree from Kent State University. Bruce's logistics career began as a dispatcher for Ohio Fast Freight before moving on to Duff Truck Lines as an operations supervisor. During his ten years at Duff Truck Lines he was promoted to terminal manager.
When the opportunity surfaced to join the Aim Transportation Solutions team, he decided it was a tremendous career opportunity as Aim was just beginning to enter the logistics market. Bruce's efforts have been instrumental in growing the business from the ground floor to a multi-million dollar asset based logistic company with over 500 employees.
He is an avid cyclist, Cleveland Browns fan and enjoys a relaxing round of golf. His current residence is located in Youngstown, OH where he lives with his wife Cheryl. They hope to retire someday to Orlando to be close to their daughter.