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TEC Equipment joins Wabash trailer dealership network

Jason Cannon May 16, 2014

Portland-based TEC Equipment, Inc. has joined the Wabash National Corporation trailer dealership network.

The company will provide sales, parts and service for Wabash National, Transcraft and Benson brand trailers in California, Oregon and Washington.

“The agreement with TEC Equipment is one more step in executing Wabash National Corporation’s strategic growth plan as we expand access and service along the West Coast,” says Dick Giromini, president and chief executive officer of Wabash National Corporation.

As of this month, TEC Equipment will facilitate the transition of three Wabash National Trailer Centers to independent dealer facilities operated by TEC Equipment in Portland, Ore., and Sacramento, Calif. and Fontana, Calif. The move will add to the geographic footprint of TEC Equipment’s four existing locations that will sell and service Wabash National, Transcraft and Benson products.

TEC Equipment will be fully stocked with new model year Wabash National dry and refrigerated vans, and Transcraft and Benson platform trailers, in addition to being outfitted with a full selection of parts through Aurora Parts & Accessories, LLC, the exclusive supplier of authorized parts for Wabash National.

“We are very excited about our new relationship with Wabash National,” said TEC Equipment Chief Executive Officer and President Dave Thompson. “As the largest full-service truck dealership on the West Coast, TEC is positioned to service small and large fleets alike as our trailer sales and support division grows with the addition of Wabash National’s portfolio of high-quality vans and platform trailers.” 

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