Bryan Metz
Bryan Metz, Fontaine Heavy-Haul president

MHT installs Metz as president of Fontaine Heavy-Haul

Fontaine Heavy-Haul, a Marmon Highway Technologies (MHT) company, recently named Bryan Metz president of the company.

Metz will report to Hank Prochazka, Fontaine Trailer group president.

“Bryan is a major contributor to the success of MHT and displays strong character, leadership skills, resourcefulness and agility,” Prochazka said. “He knows this industry, he deserves this promotion, and we are confident that he will put his talents to good use serving Fontaine Heavy-Haul customers.”

Metz joined the MHT family of companies in 2009 as Fontaine Fifth Wheel’s vice president of finance and controller. Between 2011 and 2015, he served as a group controller for MHT, where he worked with all MHT businesses, including Fontaine Trailer, Fontaine Fifth Wheel, Webb Wheel, TSE Brakes, Fontaine Modification, Marmon-Herrington, Fontaine Spray Suppression, Perfection and Triangle Suspension. Metz was subsequently promoted in 2015 to MHT’s sector CFO, which is the position he held until this recent promotion.

Prior to joining MHT, Metz worked exclusively in high-volume manufacturing environments for Tier-1 automotive suppliers, the company said.

Metz’s office will be located at the Fontaine Heavy-Haul manufacturing facility in Springville AL.

“It is with great pleasure and enthusiasm that I accept this position, and I look forward to working with this talented and dedicated team serving customers with the high level of excellence they expect and deserve from Fontaine,” Metz said.

Fontaine’s platform trailer brand encompasses a complete line of aluminum, steel and composite trailers for the flatbed, drop deck and heavy-haul markets. Manufacturing facility locations are in Haleyville AL and Jasper AL.

For more information, contact Fontaine Heavy-Haul at fontainetrailer.com.

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