Flight Systems Industrial Products positioned for future growth

FSIP, a provider in manufacturing, remanufacturing, distribution, and electrical system design for the electric vehicle industry, announced the promotions of Ben Richwine, Director of Sales; Dustin England, Director of Engineering; and Dustin Love, Motive Power Sales Lead.

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Ben Richwine-Director-of-Sales

Ben Richwine, Director of Sales, started with FSIP in 2017.   Ben united the Sales and Sales Support Teams, creating deeper customer relationships and growing sales volumes along the way. “Ben has a strong sales background, customer-centric approach, and quickly adapts to an evolving marketplace. His dedication, collaborative team-focus, helped drive FSIP sales to new highs in 2021,” stated Pam Jones, General Manager.

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Dustin England-Director-of-Engineering

Dustin England, Director of Engineering, joined FSIP in 2002. He has been instrumental in improving manufacturing efficiency, driving the Electric System Design team development processes, calibrating the engineering department, and leading the manufacturing and service center support teams. Dustin will take on the additional responsibilities of New Product Development in his new role.

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Dustin Love-Motive-Power-Sales-Lead

Dustin Love, Motive Power Sales Lead, began his career as a technician in 2015. His technical background set him up for quick success transferring to the sales team in 2019. “Dustin’s strong sales skills and passion for the products enabled the Green and Xtender product lines to grow 100% this past year. As the product line continues to grow and the EV market advances, Dustin’s ability to find and generate new business will be crucial to continued success,” said Ben Richwine, Director of Sales.

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Pam Jones

“We have an extremely strong and adaptable team at FSIP. It’s wonderful to be able to promote from within. I couldn’t be prouder.  FSIP has evolved into a much different company than what we were 50+ years ago. With the EV market continually advancing, it will be crucial to plan for growth and find where the next opportunity is for us” affirmed Pam Jones.

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