Bryan Dempsey joins the company with eight years of industry experience.
Both bring many years of experience in the commercial vehicle market.
He comes to Peterson with a long career in the trucking industry, most recently with the American Trucking Associations.
Jeff Geoffroy (pictured) replaces Mark Assenmacher, who has assumed a new role at Peterson.
Company launches new campaign, Shining the Light on America’s Truck Drivers.
David Black and Joseph Shaw both offer extensive backgrounds in the Commercial Vehicle segment.
Most recently, Anderson was director of fleet business development for CIMC Intermodal Equipment, headquartered in South Gate, California.
Peterson now operates a 670,000 sq.-ft. facility staffed and equipped for cutting-edge manufacturing in Grandview, Missouri.
Adams heads Peterson’s 15-member engineering team consisting of electrical, mechanical and optics specialists. In addition to managing the department, he helps guide the design and development of all Peterson Manufacturing catalog items as well as custom OEM products.
The agreement took effect on Nov. 1.
The new additions were put in place at the beginning of 2017 and represent a significant expansion of coverage in Peterson’s sales territories, the company said.
While the new website’s modern menu styling and easier navigation greatly improve a visitor’s browsing experience, the driving software and comprehensive product database remain the same, the company says.