Special Needs Transportation

Sure-Lok names new OEM account manager

Posted on July 7, 2008

BETHLEHEM, Pa. — Wheelchair and occupant restraint system manufacturer Sure-Lok Inc. has promoted Steve Barker to national OEM account manager for bus, van and cutaway vehicle manufacturers.

In this position, Barker will serve as a liaison between the company’s engineering, sales, purchasing, production and customer service departments and its OEM customers.

Barker joined Sure-Lok in 2001 as a product specialist for the southeastern region of the U.S. In 2006, he was promoted to sales manager for the region.

Prior to joining the company, he worked for Bostrom Seating.

 

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