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PSI integration

Pressure Systems International integrates TST into P.S.I.

Jan. 16, 2024
This integration will allow TST to continue to grow and supports its customers.

Pressure Systems International merged Truck Systems Technology into the P.S.I. organization with Jim Sharkey as president.

P.S.I. originally acquired TST in 2017. Since that time, TST has achieved a No. 1 position in the TPMS RV market, through product leadership and customer service. In 2019, TST became the first in OEM-equipped TPMS for RVs and one of the leading RV TPMS aftermarket suppliers in the industry.

The merger will further enable TST’s growth plans and will provide synergies with engineering, production, marketing, finance, and administration functions, and allow TST’s customer-facing functions to focus on its customers. Subsequently, the TST operations and sales teams will continue to operate as they have. The TST brand is well-known in the industry and will continue as a market-focused solution.

“This structural change will improve our ability to support our customers while bolstering the available resources to continue our growth.  We remain committed to our OEM and end-user customers in the RV market under the ‘TST’ brand,” said Tim Musgrave, P.S.I CEO.

See also: P.S.I. looks to inflate trailer tech market share in '24

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