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Winter Elected to NTEA's Board of Directors

06/03/2019 Press Releases

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Transfer Flow’s Director of Business Development, Ben Winter, Elected to the NTEA Board of Directors

(Chico, CA) With 27 years of automotive industry experience, Transfer Flow’s Director of Business Development Ben Winter is elected to serve on the Board of Directors for the National Truck Equipment Association (NTEA). Ben will serve on the NTEA board as Manufacturer Director for a three-year term and will assist in both the Education Committee and the Services Committee.

Ben Winter was hired in 1992 at Transfer Flow, an automotive manufacturing company that focuses on legal fuel systems, OEM fabricated parts, and tube and hose specialties. With many years spent piloting growth in a sales management capacity, Ben accrued vast experience introducing service opportunities and executing projects with successful profits. In 2010, he became director of business development and sales manager. His role is multifaceted and involves networking, customer maintenance, presenting new business and fielding diversity in manufacturing.

Ben studied project management at Butte College and business ethics and speech/debate at California State University, Chico. He’s currently active as an advisor for many different manufacturing business associations, including National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association, California Air Resources Board, and National Association of Manufacturers. In addition, he’s vice chair at Chico Chamber of Commerce, board member for Chico Legislative Action, and mentor at Chico Chamber’s Young Professionals Organization and Chico Striders (youth running club).

Collaboration and contribution that leads to the growth and development of the industry are top of mind for Ben as he steps up into this new role. Ben is focused on promoting manufacturing and the education necessary for its continued advancement. He is dedicated to making forward progress for the domestic economic sector through industry education and legislation.