Management & Operations

Seon names two new transit sales executives

Posted on March 17, 2015

Seon, supplier of mobile surveillance equipment for the public transit and school bus markets, announced that Peter Aube and Eric Fritz have joined the company as transit sales executives.

In his new role, Aube will be responsible for driving sales activities within the northeast coast of the U.S. Prior to Seon, he served as director, maintenance, at the Burlington, Vt., Chittenden County Transportation Authority. With over 30 years of industry experience, Aube has an in-depth knowledge of the public transportation market and video surveillance products from the viewpoint of the end user.

Meanwhile, Fritz will be representing Seon’s transit sales division in the southeastern states, bringing over 15 years of passenger transportation management expertise to the team. Industry knowledge and hands-on experience allows him to provide Seon’s customers with real-world answers to real-world questions resulting in service excellence and customer loyalty. Previously, Fritz was a director, transportation, at Pensacola, Fla.’s Escambia County School District.

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