Pressure Systems International recently made significant appointements to strengthen its organization. (From the left) Craig Smith, Steve Miller and Ben Morgan.
 - Photo courtesy P.S.I.

Pressure Systems International recently made significant appointements to strengthen its organization. (From the left) Craig Smith, Steve Miller and Ben Morgan.

Photo courtesy P.S.I.

Pressure Systems International has made significant personnel appointments aimed at strengthening the organization.

Craig Smith has been hired as marketing manager. Smith will lead marketing aspects for both its CV and RV businesses, focusing on the technical aspects of branding, collateral material and website development, as well as the company’s presence at trade shows and other industry events.  He has a background in digital and interactive promotion.  Prior to joining P.S.I., Smith spent ten years as marketing and communications manager for a global undercarriage solutions provider.

Steve Miller has been promoted to vice president engineering.  Miller joined P.S.I. in April 2018 as senior director of engineering with 23 years of experience in the commercial vehicle industry. In his new position he will lead product engineering activities, including current and new product development for all products in the CV and RV businesses.  Steve’s experience includes engineering leadership roles at various axle and suspensions suppliers.

Additionally, Ben Morgan has joined P.S.I. as integration engineer.  Morgan will report directly to Jonathan Gravell, vice president of business development. In his new role, he will focus on integrating P.S.I.’s total tire solutions with all open platform telematics systems for commercial vehicles.  P.S.I.’s tire solutions include TireView, a tire pressure monitoring system and automatic tire inflation system.  Morgan has a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Sam Houston State University in Texas.

“As our company and the market continues to evolve and grow, we are ensuring that we have the right team in place to support our initiatives,” said Tim Musgrave, CEO and president. “We are very proud to have this kind of experience be a part of our leadership.”

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