Pressure Systems International announces new organizational appointments

Pressure Systems International announces new organizational appointments

Pressure Systems International (P.S.I.) has made the following personnel appointments to further strengthen their organization. James Sharkey has been promoted to president of P.S.I. and will continue to guide the company in new directions, domestically and internationally. Celebrating over 38 years of experience in the commercial vehicle industry, Sharkey previously served as vice president of global sales and marketing and has been with P.S.I. for 10 years.

Tim Musgrave will maintain his role as CEO of P.S.I. Formerly president and CEO, Tim has guided the company since 1993, weathering the changes in the market where P.S.I. has become a strong provider in automatic tire inflation systems in the commercial vehicle industry. P.S.I.’s acquisition of Truck System Technologies (TST) in 2016 started with aftermarket sales in the recreational vehicle industry, followed by the industry-first OEM-installed TPMS in the RV segment.

Jonathan Gravell has been promoted to executive vice president of business development. Gravell will work with the sales and engineering team to develop new product innovations in the ever-changing smart vehicle market, focusing on the technical aspects of new product and new business development. The recent P.S.I. acquisition by Clarience Technologies will offer a deeper bench when it comes to smart vehicle technology resources. Gravell has been with P.S.I. for over 10 years.

Bear Musgrave has been promoted to president of TST. In his new role, Musgrave will continue to grow initiatives in the OEM, dealer and end-user segments, along with new innovations in the RV segment.  Musgrave has been with TST for over five years and is instrumental in making TST the first TPMS system offered as OEM standard equipment on several major RV model lines. 

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