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ConMet grows Aftermarket Sales Team

For immediate release: August 26, 2015

ConMet grows Aftermarket Sales Team

Vancouver, WA – Consolidated Metco, Inc. (ConMet) has added three new members to its aftermarket field sales team: Scott Wilson, Debbi Howard, and Brent Burich.

Brent Burich joins ConMet after a six-year stint at Ford-Blue Diamond as a parts sales manager and technical trainer. He has a Bachelor of Science in business administration from Robert Morris University. Burich will focus on supporting aftermarket and customer relations efforts in the northeast sales region. He will call on distributors, fleets, and trailer OEMs.

Debbi Howard was most recently with Prestolite Electric as an account executive to Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) and Paccar, in both OE and aftermarket segments. She spent many years at DTNA in cab and glider sales, as well as managing the “Over the Road Breakdown” department. Howard’s focus will be on aftermarket customers at distributors, fleets, and trailer OEMs in the northwest region.

Before joining ConMet, Scott Wilson worked at various positions within the trucking industry, including a fourteen-year stint at Freightliner. His most recent position was with Haldex. He has been calling on heavy duty truck and trailer aftermarket customers from his home in Dallas, Texas, since 1998. Dallas will remain his home base as he serves aftermarket customers at distributors, fleets, and trailer OEMs in the south central region.

“Scott, Debbi, and Brent bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to the ConMet field sales team,” said Larry Sanford, vice president, aftermarket & trailer OEM sale,. “The addition of these three talented individuals will help grow ConMet’s aftermarket footprint throughout the United States.”

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About ConMet
Consolidated Metco, a major Class 8 truck supplier, is a subsidiary of AMSTED Industries, one of the world’s largest transportation component manufacturers, specializing in products that serve the rail, heavy-duty vehicle, automotive, construction/building, and general industrial markets. Amsted is also one of the largest 100 percent employee-owned companies in the United States. For additional information about ConMet or its advanced line of products, visit