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Dorsey Trailers appoints new plant manager

ELBA, Ala. -- Pitts Enterprises has named William ‘Bill’ Breeden, a 44-year trucking industry vete...


Bill Breeden
Bill Breeden

ELBA, Ala. — Pitts Enterprises has named William ‘Bill’ Breeden, a 44-year trucking industry veteran, as plant manager of the company’s Dorsey Trailers manufacturing facility.

 

Breeden has been involved with manufacturing, maintenance, new plant construction and quality control in a wide variety of heavy-duty trailer-related positions since 1964, according to Pitts Enterprises.

 

Prior to Joining Dorsey, Breeden worked since 2007 as the specialized manager for the production of specialized trailers and heavy haulers for military use for Fontaine Military Products in the US, United Kingdom and Egypt, states the company. He joined Fontaine in 1997 as a plant superintendent, special projects, for all flatbed, specialized units and heavy-haul trailer production lines.

 

From 1995 to 1997 he worked as warranty manager for Talbert Manufacturing. Prior to that, he held various positions with Trailmobile and Ravens Metals, including quality and warranty manager, plant manager, rebuilder and welder.

 

“Bill brings to the Pitts and Dorsey teams a wealth of knowledge and experience that is sure to benefit our customers, distributors and suppliers,” said Jeff Pitts, president of Dorsey and current chairman of the board of the Truck Trailer Manufacturers Association (TTMA). “Throughout his career, he has been involved with virtually every aspect of heavy duty trailer manufacturing.”


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