Trailer, truck, & body OEMs

MAC Trailer announces the promotion of Bryan McElroy to manager-used-trailer sales, responsible for all aspects of development and growth of the MBR used-trailer department. He brings more than 15 years of trailer industry experience to his new position ranging from production to engineering and service, having started with MAC in 1997.

Omaha Standard has hired Bart Conry as vice-president, chassis pools and OEM relations. He will manage Omaha's pool sales representatives and pool administration group in Louisville KY and have responsibility for all pool and ship-thru marketing and sales programs. Conry most recently was Ford business development manager for America's Body Company (Cleveland OH), a division of Leggett and Platt.

Don Wahlin, chief executive officer of Stoughton Trailers LLC, approaching his 73rd birthday, is withdrawing from day-to-day management of Stoughton Trailers. Effective immediately, Bill, Ken, and Bob Wahlin will assume the management and leadership of the Stoughton team, including Don Wahlin's former duties. Don Wahlin will continue as CEO and chairman of the board, and will continue to work with the other Wahlins. He will also continue to strategize, coach, and track and evaluate performance.

Heil Environmental has hired Crista Stamper as its new chief quality officer (CQO), responsible for improving Heil's quality infrastructure, while providing leadership and direction for the company's lean manufacturing initiatives and Six Sigma processes. Most recently, she served as plant manager for a Dana Corp facility in McKenzie TN.

United Truck Bodies/UTB (Phoenix AZ) has named Cecil E Robertson as Northwest director of business development. Formerly national sales director for Utility Truck Bodies (Oakland CA), he will head distributor relations and factory representation for UTB in Northern California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and Montana.

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