Brenna Murphy, Class of 2019, is the latest Northwood University graduate to join Pressure Systems International (P.S.I.). Murphy started with the company in June as operations manager, with responsibility for inventory planning, purchasing and supplier development. Another Northwood graduate, Jim Herzog (class of 2015), who previously held the operations manager position, is now in the sales & marketing group. Herzog will begin his sales tenure with the responsibility for regional fleets and dealers, as well as providing inside sales support for North American and global distributors.
“P.S.I. is a true believer in Northwood University and how they prepare their students and graduates for a career in the commercial vehicle industry,” commented Tim Musgrave, president and CEO. “Our industry is unique and knowing that we are hiring people with the fundamental knowledge of how it works, gives us confidence that they will succeed here.”
“Jim and Brenna are excellent examples of what happens when industry and education come together. Internships allow students and companies to develop relationships for future employment. Students have the ability to apply what they learn in the classroom and improve their knowledge and skillsets” commented Donna Wagner, Department Chair/Associate Professor, Aftermarket Management, Northwood University. Both Herzog and Murphy were Aftermarket majors at Northwood.
In addition to recruiting full-time employees from Northwood, P.S.I. has been active in sponsoring students attending Heavy Duty Aftermarket Week each year to encourage real-world learning in this industry segment.
About Pressure Systems International
Pressure Systems International is a leader in automatic tire inflation systems, tire pressure monitoring systems and related products for commercial trucks and trailers. P.S.I. is a privately held company based in San Antonio, TX, and exports to 45 countries including China, India, South America, Africa, Australia and Europe. P.S.I. is a ISO 9001 Quality Management certified. For more information, visit www.psitireinflation.com