Jack Jenkins, Jr.

Lead Mobile Technician
Cox Automotive Fleet Services

Jack Jenkins Jr. is a distinguished Lead Mobile Technician based in the Nashville major market, bringing over two decades of experience in the automotive and diesel mechanics industry. Jenkins's fascination with automotive technology began in childhood when he demonstrated an innate talent for repairing broken bicycles. This early passion for mechanics was further nurtured alongside his father, working on family cars and laying the groundwork for his future career. His dedication and drive led him to obtain a Bachelor's in Automotive Engineering from Nashville Auto Diesel College.  

Jenkins holds certifications from renowned institutions and programs, including ASE, Bendix, Matador Brakes, Navistar, Mercedes Sprinter, and Cummings, specializing in internal combustion engines and beyond. His commitment to advancing in this field is evident through his participation in specialized training programs, including BYD and Cobalt E-bus training. His expertise is not limited to traditional automotive mechanics; Jenkins harbors a deep-seated interest in remote-controlled (RC) vehicles, owning over 30 and actively engaging in upgrading them. This hobby has paved the way for his keen interest in electric vehicles (EVs), drawing parallels between the batteries used in RC vehicles and those powering today's EV trucks. 

Jack Jenkins, Jr.’s Session(s):

10:35 am–11:20 am | Fri, March 22, 2024

Journey to Net Zero: The Electric Odyssey

Join us for a discussion featuring industry pioneers Terry Rivers, Brandon Carter, and Jack Jenkins. We’ll address the critical role of electrification in achieving net-zero supply chains, electrification's historical context, environmental impact, safety, and the importance of skilled technicians. This panel will also highlight the role of educational initiatives, such as FleeTec Academy, and the need for collaboration to address challenges and opportunities in electrification.

Key takeaways include:

  • Why electrification is crucial for supply chain sustainability.
  • How safety and efficiency are integral to achieving net-zero goals.
  • The vital role skilled technicians play in electrification efforts.
  • How educational initiatives, such as FleeTec Academy, contribute to a sustainable future.
  • Why collaboration is essential for addressing challenges and seizing opportunities in electrification.

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