Management & Operations

Tyler rejoins REV Group

Posted on May 13, 2020

Kent Tyler
Kent Tyler

REV Group Inc. announced Kent Tyler will rejoin the company as Fire Division President, replacing Dan Peters. Tyler will oversee all the fire brands including E-ONE, KME, Ferrara, Spartan, Smeal and Ladder Tower.

"The REV Fire Division is not just a collection great companies…it’s a collection of great people dedicated to serving the needs of first responders and the incredible work they do on a daily basis," stated Tyler. "It’s great to be back and leading the REV Fire Division. I look forward to working with all the companies to deliver operational excellence initiatives, innovative product solutions, and the highest quality fire apparatus in the industry."

Tyler has a long executive history with REV Group dating back to its original portfolio company, Collins Industries Inc and subsequent holding company, Allied Specialty Vehicles. Over this time, Tyler served as corporate VP, sales & marketing, of Collins Industries Inc., president of Collins Bus Corp.; and  president/CEO of the Bus & Mobility Group.

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