TBEI Announces New General Manager of Lake Crystal Facility

LAKE CRYSTAL, Minn., December 15, 2017 – Truck Bodies and Equipment International, Inc. (TBEI), a subsidiary of Federal Signal Corporation, is pleased to announce Brett Hart has been named General Manager of TBEI Lake Crystal.  Hart has over ten years of experience with Federal Signal and joins TBEI from sister company Westech Vac Systems, in Alberta, Canada, where he most recently spent two years as General Manager.

“We are excited for Brett to take the leadership role at our Lake Crystal facility,” said Bob Fines, Vice President/General Manager of TBEI. “Brett’s expertise and experience are an excellent fit with the team and we look forward to the value he will bring to TBEI and our customers.”

Hart has an education and background in engineering, operations and commercial leadership. He has held roles of increasing responsibility across multiple Federal Signal brands; including roles with Vactor, Federal Signal’s Safety and Security Systems Group and Westech. Hart’s unique combination of experience and proven leadership will play a major role in continuing TBEI Lake Crystal’s tradition of excellence in manufacturing dump bodies, hoists and dump body accessories.

 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

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