Multi Service Corp Expands Service Staff

Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Since the launch of altivis in late-2007, Multi Service Corporation has expanded its marine services support and sales staff in order to satisfy market demand.

Hal Fallert, Vice President of Multi Service Corporation – Marine Sales, has recently transferred from the electronics division of Multi Service to oversee the development and implementation of altivis domestic and international business strategies. His international operations management experience is expected to provide keen insight into the marine fuel buying market.
 
Tabatha Kirke, a technical expert on the SEA Card open market program since 2005, brings her program management expertise to the altivis group. Kirke works with commercial and government clients to determine their individual business needs and ensure streamlined integration of the altivis interface with existing client programs and procedures.

Multi Service Corporation is a global transaction management company specializing in billing and payment systems, with particular expertise in the transportation industry. Founded in 1978, the company initially provided specialized credit card services to the trucking industry but has since expanded to cover land, sea and air clientele including the United States government. The company has offices in the United States, Mexico, the Netherlands and Australia.

(www.multiservice.com)

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