JX Enterprises Names New Vice President, Focuses On Brand Performance

by Jake Tully - Published: 5/26/2017

JX Enterprises, a group of 20-plus full-service semi-truck dealerships operating in the Midwest has named Marty Kleker as the new Vice President of Sales for the company.

According to JX Enterprises, Kleker hopes to use his new role within the company to increase the sales of new and used trucks within the existing geographic markets and to better build the company’s brand performance.

“I was drawn to JX because the organization, over time, has successfully demonstrated an ability to adapt and grow,” said Kleker. “Additionally, it is exciting to be able to offer JX customers a complete set of leading brands that are recognized for their state-of-the-art technologies and best-in-class value.”

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Kleker has also reported that he is particularly looking forward to mentoring the salesforce at JX Enterprises in order to devise strategies that promote a specific direction and growth for the truck company.

Prior to joining the JX Enterprises team, Kleker served as Vice Present, Central Region at Mack Trucks, Inc. as well as Vice President of National Accounts at Navistar. Additionally, JX Enterprises reports that Kleker has held positions at Peterbilt Motors Company as well as Cummins and ZF Industries.

“Marty brings with him an extensive background of driving exceptional truck sales results in our industry,” said President and CEO of JX Enterprises, Eric Jorgensen. “His familiarity with our industry and our organization will help greatly in our drive for improvement in our truck sales division, a core area of our business.”

According to JX Enterprises, Kleker will be a valuable resource in assisting JX Enterprises in prioritizing the task of building relationships with employees, customers and vendors.

Kleker reports that the process of relationship-building is important because a strong relationship has the potential to lead to a lasting partnership.

“The trucking industry has some of the most dedicated and creative professionals,” says Kleker. “It’s the opportunity to continuously build relationships with those individuals, to understand varying customer needs, and to deliver solutions that constantly strengthens my appreciation for them and our industry.”