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TBEI Lake Crystal Names Engineering, Quality Manager

Lee has been with Crysteel/TBEI for more than 20 years, starting as a drafter, and moving to Crysteel engineering manager and TBEI engineering manager.

Fri February 27, 2015 - Midwest Edition
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Steve Lee is TBEI’s engineering and quality manager at its Lake Crystal, Minn., facility.
Steve Lee is TBEI’s engineering and quality manager at its Lake Crystal, Minn., facility.

Truck Bodies and Equipment International Inc., (TBEI) recently announced the promotion of Steve Lee to engineering and quality manager at its Lake Crystal, Minn., facility. TBEI’s Lake Crystal facility manufactures the Crysteel, J-Craft and Ox SuperDump lines of dump bodies.

“We are excited to expand Steve’s role within TBEI,” said Archie England, TBEI VP of engineering and quality. “Steve is a proven team leader and will continue to be a tremendous asset not only internally but with our distributors as well.”

Lee has been with Crysteel/TBEI for more than 20 years, starting as a drafter, and moving to Crysteel engineering manager and TBEI engineering manager.

“Working for TBEI has provided me countless opportunities to grow professionally,” said Lee. “I am excited about the new responsibilities and challenges that come with this position. TBEI’s family of brands have always been viewed as high quality products, and I look forward to building on that reputation and continuing to move TBEI forward.”

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




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