Lippert Components, Inc. (LCI®) promotes Jeff Albrecht to Director of New Product Development

Lippert Components, Inc. (LCI®) promotes Jeff Albrecht to Director of New Product Development

August 01, 2016

Elkhart, Ind. — Lippert Components, Inc. (LCI®) announced today that Jeff Albrecht has been named Director of New Product Development to help the company grow its research and development department. In his new role, Jeff will utilize key OEM relationships and his extensive product knowledge to generate product advancements for the recreational vehicle, marine, heavy truck and specialty market industries.

“Jeff really understands what Lippert’s customers need from our products and is a significant asset for determining the various directions we will take with our products,” said Steve Jenkins, Vice President of Operations for Lippert Components. “His understanding of our current products, their progression over the years and his cultivated knowledge of component development have been essential over the last decade. We are excited to see him continue to flourish in his new role and continue to provide us with expert guidance within the realm of product development.”

As a graduate of Purdue University’s College of Engineering and with an 11-year tenure working in Lippert’s research and development department, Albrecht is well equipped to excel in his new role. Aside from his educational background and vast knowledge of the LCI product base, Albrecht has developed relationships with Lippert customers that are essential to the company’s future product developments. As a leading supplier of components to recreational vehicle and adjacent industry manufacturers, LCI’s relationships with OEMs is crucial to industry-wide innovation and expansion of component offerings.

In addition to his commitment to LCI, Jeff enjoys being involved in the community and is passionate about supporting local organizations such as Child and Parent Services (CAPS) and the Boys and Girls Club.

Jeff Albrecht can be reached at jalbrecht@lci1.com




About Lippert Components®

From over 65 manufacturing and distribution facilities located throughout the United States and in Canada, Ireland, Italy, and the United Kingdom, Lippert Components, Inc. (LCI®), a subsidiary of LCI Industries (NYSE:LCII), supplies a broad array of highly engineered components for the leading original equipment manufacturers of the leisure and mobile transportation industries, consisting of recreational vehicles and adjacent industries including buses; trailers used to haul boats, livestock, equipment, and other cargo; trucks; boats; trains; manufactured homes; and modular housing. LCI also supplies components to the related aftermarkets of these industries, primarily by selling to retail dealers, wholesale distributors, and service centers. LCI’s products include steel chassis and chassis components; axles and suspension solutions; slide-out mechanisms and solutions; thermoformed bath, kitchen, and other products; vinyl, aluminum, and frameless windows; manual, electric, and hydraulic stabilizer and leveling systems; furniture and mattresses; entry, luggage, patio, and ramp doors; electric and manual entry steps; awnings and awning accessories; electronic components; televisions and sound systems; navigation systems; backup cameras; appliances; and other accessories. Additional information about Lippert Components and its products can be found at LippertComponents.com.

Lippert Components, Inc.
3501 County Road 6 East
Elkhart, IN 46514
574-312-7094

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