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News   February 15, 2005   by Auto Service World

Greenleaf Auto Recyclers Announces New President


GreenLeaf Auto Recyclers, a former Ford Motor Company division, has announced the appointment of Tim Milligan as president.
Dixon Thayer, one of the founding partners, director and past president said "Tim brings a wealth of experience and proven ability to grow our business, at a time when GreenLeaf is poised to take advantage of recently introduced new products for parts location and automated fulfillment, in conjunction with a marketplace that is highly fragmented and seeking upgrades for sourcing of quality recycled OEM parts."
He added "Greenleaf’s unique position as a nationwide provider of this product will leverage Tim’s contacts in the OEM community."
Milligan outlined GreenLeaf’s goals that indicate a continued focus on being the acknowledged leader in the U.S. for recycled OEM automotive parts, by creating a measurable competitive advantage in the quality, delivery and cost of product.
Milligan joined Greenleaf in early 2004 as the vice president of Marketing and Sales and is the architect of many of GreenLeaf’s industry marketing programs and growth initiatives with their strategic customers. For the past nine years Tim worked for AutoNation as a Director of Fixed Operations, the largest automotive retail consolidator in the U.S., covering 378 franchises in 37 states.
Prior to his national responsibilities with AutoNation he was a general manager, regional director, and national director of the consolidated Reconditioning Centers. Tim has held management positions with Kodak and served as an officer with the US Army. He has a bachelors degree from Dallas Baptist University and a Masters degree from Chapman.~


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