Horizon Global Engineer Makes SEMA’s ’35 Under 35′

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Horizon Global, and its OEM division TriMotive, announced that Erik Fritz, a heavy duty design engineer at Horizon Global, was recently recognized as one of SEMA’s “35 Under 35” for his outstanding performance and hard work.

For the past five years, SEMA News has made it a tradition to release a list of 35 individuals who exemplify leadership skills, create and use modern technology, and take initiative to further advance products and methods in the automotive industry.

“I am incredibly thankful to have been selected for this award and look forward to what the future holds for me at Horizon Global,” said Fritz.

Fritz began as an intern at Horizon Global, during which time he designed two hitches for the company. In January, he was hired as a full-time engineer and created a Draw-Tite-branded front-mount receiver that helped increase sales by more than $32,000 in 2016. Fritz’s most recent accomplishment was receiving a patent on an above-bed gooseneck adapter design.

To read more about Fritz and the others selected, visit SEMA’s 2017 35 Under 35 article.

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