April 2, 2015
Trucking industry writer will also serve as vice president of the firm
San Rafael, CA– Denise Rondini, a well-respected writer and consultant in the medium- and heavy-duty trucking industry, has joined Marx Group Advisors as a vice president and member of the Advisory Board.
In addition to her new role, Rondini will continue as president of Rondini Communications, a company specializing in researching and writing about the medium- and heavy-duty trucking industry. Her clients include Heavy Duty Trucking magazine, ReMaTec News magazine, North American Council for Freight Efficiency, Trucking Efficiency, trucking industry suppliers and truck parts distributors.
Rondini has covered the trucking industry since 1982 and is a former editor of Successful Dealer and Truck Parts & Service magazines. She has experience writing articles about fleets, truck dealers, parts distributors, independent repair garages, truck manufacturers, component suppliers and others associated with the trucking industry.
“As we pursue mergers and acquisitions opportunities in the medium- and heavy-duty segment of the aftermarket, Denise brings a wealth of industry knowledge and a wide network of contacts for MGA,” said Tom Marx, CEO of Marx Group Advisors. “We are honored to have her join our team.”
Rondini holds a B.A. in communications from the University of Dayton and an Executive MBA certificate from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management.
The Advisory Board of Marx Group Advisors plays a critical role within the organization, providing strategy and relationships within the aftermarket. In addition to Rondini, the Advisory Board includes the following aftermarket leaders: Chip Carlson, Howard Kesten, Lou Merz, John Nodson, and Rick Rollins.
Marx Group Advisors assists automotive, commercial vehicle and heavy duty aftermarket companies with strategic consulting services for mergers, acquisitions and divestitures, as well as with capital formation for private equity placements. The company is engaged in all channels of the industry, including manufacturing, distribution, program groups, jobbers and service and repair chains.