TBEI Announces New General Manager/President of Ox Bodies, Inc.
- Friday, 01 September 2017 15:50
Fayette, Alabama, September 1, 2017 – Truck Bodies and Equipment International, Inc. (TBEI), a subsidiary of Federal Signal Corporation, is pleased to announce Henry Bell has been promoted to General Manager/President of Ox Bodies, Inc. Bell joined TBEI in 2013 as Vice President of Sales and Marketing for all TBEI brands. With more than 27 years of experience in the industry, he has deep expertise in management, sales and marketing, lean manufacturing/5s and organizational development. Prior to joining TBEI, Bell held management roles of increasing responsibility at Fontaine Fifth Wheel Company and Heil Environmental Industries, Limited.
“Henry has been an asset and leader since joining TBEI.” said Bob Fines, Vice President/General Manager of TBEI. “We are looking forward to his new role at Ox Bodies and know he will put forward the same standards of excellence.”
Ray Salley, former Ox Bodies General Manager, retired at the end of August. Bell’s experience, coupled with his existing knowledge of the Ox Bodies brand, will equip him for continuing success as he takes the reins of Ox Bodies.
About Truck Bodies and Equipment International
Truck Bodies and Equipment International (TBEI) is a leading national and international designer, manufacturer and installer of medium- and heavy-duty dump bodies, platforms, and related truck body accessories. TBEI brands include Crysteel®, Ox Bodies®, Rugby®, DuraClass®, J-Craft® and Travis®. TBEI is a subsidiary of Federal Signal Corporation. Visit us at: www.tbei.com
About Federal Signal Corporation
Federal Signal (NYSE:FSS) is a leading global designer and manufacturer of products and total solutions that serve municipal, governmental, industrial and commercial customers under a variety of recognized brand names. Headquartered in Oak Brook, Ill., the Company was founded in 1901 and has manufacturing facilities worldwide. For more information on Federal Signal, visit: www.federalsignal.com