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Our Executive Management Team represents expertise from all aspects of the company, ensuring a collaborative and integrated vision for the growth of its worldwide business.

This exceptional group of leaders accounts for a total of 250 years experience in the truck body & trailer manufacturing and related industries.

Dean SinkDean Sink

Executive Chairman Mickey Truck Bodies/Mickey Ventures & Holdings

Dean Sink joined Mickey in 1976 as a Management Trainee, and during his 3-plus decades with the company has worked in every single department and business area, from manufacturing to operations to sales & marketing. In 1978 he was named Operations Manager responsible for all scheduling while serving as the liaison between sales and manufacturing. He advanced again in 1983 to VP/General Manager overseeing all day-to-day operations of the company.Dean was named to his current role of President & CEO in 1987. Under his leadership, Mickey has grown into the premier manufacturer of truck bodies and trailers by extending its product line from beverage bodies exclusively to include trailers, van & vending bodies, emergency and specially-engineered vehicles for a wide range of industries throughout the world.

One of the most amazing things about Mickey is our tremendous consistency over 110 years in designing unique new products for industries we serve completely outside of our original markets. We have proven time and again to be an extremely flexible manufacturer. We build a variety of specialty vehicles, and we are committed to delivering the best quality in all of them.End Quote

Carl Mickey, Jr.Carl Mickey, Jr.

Chairman Mickey Truck Bodies/ Mickey Ventures & Holdings

Carl Mickey, Jr. has been involved in his family-owned business virtually all of his life. As a young boy in the 1970s he would ride his bike to the plant every day after school to work on the clean-up crew around the “yard.” It was at that early age that Carl learned the importance of safety, quality and teamwork, to this day the three tenets of The Mickey Way. Between then and now Carl has worked in every aspect of manufacturing, at various times heading up safety, quality and engineering. He was named to his current position of Executive Vice President in 1993 and oversees New Site & Facilities Development.

The most amazing thing about Mickey is our ability to adapt and change – whether it’s new technology, new business opportunities or new markets. We do whatever it takes to be the preferred supplier to all the industries in which we compete.End Quote

Matthew SinkMatthew Sink

Executive VP Mickey Ventures & Holdings

Matthew Sink joined his family’s business full time in 2007 following his graduation from Virginia Tech, where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree. However his Mickey career began long before his college education ended. As a teenager, Matt, great grandson of company founder Will Franklin Mickey, worked in building maintenance after school and during summers, and his college breaks were spent working on the assembly line inside the plant. In his current role as Manufacturing Manager he is responsible for Safety, Quality, Production, Scheduling, Purchasing, Human Resources and IT.

The most amazing thing about Mickey is the quality of our employees at all levels. We have world class workers, managers, supervisors and executives who are all absolutely dedicated to the company and the customer.End Quote

Greg FisherGreg Fisher

President & CEO Mickey Ventures & Holdings

Greg Fisher, CPA,  joined the company in 1995 as Controller, was promoted to VP Finance 2 years later with the added responsibility for purchasing, and was named COO/CFO in 2010. He was appointed to his current position in February 2017. Greg spent 11 years in the public accounting field prior to moving to the private sector in 1993.

The amazing thing about Mickey is the enterprise-wide commitment that everything we do is aimed at 100% customer satisfaction. Our collective work ethic and spirit is unwavering.End Quote

Mike TuckerMike Tucker

President/CEO Mickey Truck Bodies

Mike Tucker joined Mickey Truck Bodies in January, 2018 as Executive Vice President, Strategic Growth & Business Development.
He is the former President & CEO of VT Hackney, Inc., and a 26-year veteran of the company. He was named to his current role as President/CEO in January 2019.

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Tom ArlandTom Arland

VP Corp. Sales & Recon & Service

Tom Arland came to Mickey after a 25-year career with Ryder System, Inc. where he guided a multi-million dollar business unit to revenue growth and enhanced profitability; efficient cost reduction; a safe work environment; and increased customer and employee satisfaction. He was most recently Director of Operations, Mid Atlantic Business Unit, responsible for 25 facilities with 237 employees in 3 states.

The most amazing thing about Mickey is the pride people take in working here. When someone tells you they work for Mickey you can hear the energy in their voice. That energy is absolutely contagious.End Quote

Noel DiBonaNoel DiBona

VP Innovation

Noel DiBona, a Chemical Engineer, joined Mickey in 2010 as Vice President Engineering, Purchasing & Project Services to spearhead the implementation of the new Mickey Engineered Vehicles Division, which offers unique technology to the specialty vehicles industry for medical, oil & gas and emergency response-related applications. He is currently Vice President of Innovation, and before that was VP Engineering and Customer Service. Noel has over 25 years of experience with major corporations such as Kraft General Foods, The Clorox Company, Fluor Corporation, and Tetra Tech. He served in the U.S. Army as an Airborne Ranger and held research positions at the Chemical Research Development & Engineering Lab in Edgewood, MD, where he contributed several patents for the decontamination of chemical warfare agents.

The amazing thing about Mickey is our ability to develop products for totally new client industries by listening carefully to the customer and then leveraging our existing experience and expertise.End Quote

Wayne ChildressWayne Childress

Executive Advisor

Wayne Childress joined Mickey in 1984 as the company’s first National Accounts Sales Manager, concentrating mainly on the beverage industry, and during his tenure has opened up several key markets, including battery, bottled water, emergency vehicles and oil & gas. He was named Vice President of Corporate Sales in 1991. Since 1984 the company’s U.S. market share has more than doubled. Wayne spent his entire professional career in sales within the beverage industry – a total of 42 years.He retired from Mickey in 2013 and serves in his current role as Executive Advisor to the leadership team in matters of customer service and product innovation.

What’s most amazing about Mickey is that you can see our trucks on the road in places like the Middle East, South America, Russia, Ghana – made right here in High Point, NC. Virtually everywhere in the world, they know our name and they know who we are.End Quote

The Mickey Vision: To strengthen our position as the Recognized Business Leader in all industries we serve by continually improving our design and manufacturing capabilities; enhancing our customer support services; and empowering our employees to make decisions that are in the best interests of our company and our customers.

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