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Stertil-Koni Names New Product Manager

Posted on July 24, 2019

Tim Kerr will lead a range of initiatives, including Stertil-Koni's new product concepts, advancing customer satisfaction, and training the supplier's North American distributor network.
Tim Kerr will lead a range of initiatives, including Stertil-Koni's new product concepts, advancing customer satisfaction, and training the supplier's North American distributor network.
STEVENSVILLE, Md. — Tim Kerr has joined heavy duty vehicle lift supplier Stertil-Koni as product manager.

In this new role, Kerr will be responsible for leading a range of initiatives, including the supplier's new product concepts, advancing customer satisfaction, and training Stertil-Koni’s North American distributor network, according to a news release from the company.

“Tim brings a unique combination of technical experience and customer service depth to this new position at Stertil-Koni,” said Peter Bowers, the supplier’s technical sales manager. “He also will be assisting with product development and building digital pathways for feedback.”

Kerr has experience with complex electro-mechanical systems, from concept and design to installation and commissioning of industrial equipment, according to the company. He also has expertise in after-sales support, on-site training, and system enhancements.

Kerr is a graduate of Rowan University in Glassboro, N.J., with a degree in mechanical engineering.

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