OSP names regional sales manager for Northeast

By |  July 12, 2016
John Strempfer

John Strempfer

Omaha Standard Palfinger (OSP) named John Strempfer as regional sales manager of its northeastern territory. According to OSP, Strempfer brings more than 30 years of industry experience to the position.

Strempfer will report to Brian Heffron, national sales manager for OSP. He will act as the point of contact for OSP’s distribution partners in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont and Washington, D.C.

His product focus includes service cranes, crane-reinforced service bodies, compressors, service and platform bodies, hoists and pickup lift gates.

Prior to this position, Strempfer served as regional sales manager for Liftmoore Inc. and territory sales manager for Hews Co. LLC.

OSP is confident Strempfer will represent the company and its product range well in a highly competitive market.

OSP, established in 1926, is a manufacturer of truck bodies and work truck equipment, including service bodies, mechanic bodies, service cranes, air compressors, HiRoofs, low sliding roofs, bumpers, ladder racks, platforms and associated racks and sides.

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