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TBEI Announces Promotion of James England to New VP Engineering, Quality

England previously served as TBEI’s director of engineering.

Tue December 30, 2014 - National Edition
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Truck Bodies and Equipment International announced the promotion of James “Archie” England to the newly created position of TBEI VP, engineering and quality.
Truck Bodies and Equipment International announced the promotion of James “Archie” England to the newly created position of TBEI VP, engineering and quality.

Truck Bodies and Equipment International Inc. (TBEI), recently announced the promotion of James “Archie” England to the newly created position of TBEI VP, engineering and quality.

“As customers’ quality expectations continue to rise, combined with the desire to expand our ISO certification process, the time was right to create a centralized management position at TBEI to drive that quality in all of our family of brands,” said Bob Fines, TBEI CEO and president. “Archie has shown the skill set and passion to thrive in this new role.”

England previously served as TBEI’s director of engineering. Prior to joining TBEI, England has held leadership positions in engineering, quality, customer service, and product support through more than 20 years of experience in the heavy equipment and automotive industries.

England said, “This is an exciting time at TBEI, and I look forward to taking on my new responsibilities. Our customers depend on high quality products, and we are in a position to exceed their expectations.”

TBEI is a Minnesota-based corporation that encompasses five leading manufacturers of dump truck bodies, hoists and truck & trailer equipment. TBEI brands include Crysteel, Rugby, DuraClass, J-Craft and Ox Bodies.

For more information, call 800/533-0494 or visit www.TBEI.com.




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