AWP Fleet Manager, Bob Adamsky, has been appointed to the Work Truck Editorial Advisory Board for the second year in a row. The board will serve for the 2024 and 2025 calendar years and provide strategic editorial guidance to ensure Work Truck magazine content meets the needs of the industry.
Adamsky began his tenure on, what was then, a newly developed Work Truck Editorial Advisory Board in 2022. Bob joined seven other fleet professionals on the inaugural board, which was created to help readers tackle real-world challenges their fleet teams might face. Today, the board has expanded to include a total of 9 members.
With his 30 years of fleet management experience, starting from the maintenance shop floor; and as a past Professional Fleet Manager of the Year award nominee by Automotive Fleet, Adamsky is a valued and trusted advisor of our industry.
Being a part of the Work Truck Editorial Advisory Board has been a positive experience for Adamsky, and he is excited to be part of the board for another tenure.
“After the first meeting in 2022, I could already tell we had a strong group of leaders who had a lot of great experiences and perspectives,” says Adamsky. “Today’s group will continue to work together and bring relevant and helpful content to the teams we serve.”
WorkTruck Magazine is recognized as the fleet industry’s number one resource for vocational truck fleets; providing comprehensive news, articles and data. Read more about the board and its members here.
AWP congratulates Bob Adamsky on his second year serving on the Work Truck Editorial Advisory Board!