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Talbert honors top dealer

Jason Cannon March 21, 2013

Talbert Manufacturing recognized Hale Trailer Brake & Wheel as its 2012 Top Dealer at the 2013 Mid-America Trucking Show in Louisville, Ky. Thursday morning.

For the sixth consecutive year the New Jersey-based Hale Trailer Brake & Wheel sold more Talbert Manufacturing trailers, parts and service than any other Talbert dealer in North America.

Since its beginnings as a small trailer rental business more than 30 years ago, Hale has diversified and expanded into one of the largest new and used trailer dealerships in the country. Hale operates 13 locations along the East Coast from Maine to Florida, with each site offering sales, rentals, aftermarket parts, repairs and maintenance, and a variety of onsite specialty services.

As Talbert’s top dealer, Hale maintains the largest selection of heavy haul trailers, parts and accessories ready for immediate delivery.

“We can’t say enough about Hale and how much Talbert values its partnership,” Talbert Vice President of Sales and Marketing Greg D. Smith says. “When you combine their talented, dedicated team with 13 locations and a high capacity for inventory and parts, and it’s easy to see why Hale continues to lead our dealer network year after year.”

Talbert has more than 80 dealers in more than 190 locations across North America.

Rounding out the Top 10 were, in no particular order:

Columbus Equipment Company; Freightliner of Grand Rapids, Inc.; Gillis Truckways, Inc.; Iloca Services, Inc.; Leslie Equipment Company; Lucky’s Trailer Sales, Inc.; South Royalton, Vt.; Peterbilt Atlantic – Rockico Trailer Sales; Preferred Lowboys and Remorques Lewis, Inc.

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