A total of 24 companies have been recognized or recertified through the National Truck Equipment Assn.’s Member Verification Program (MVP). Eight companies have been recognized while 16 more have been recertified by the program, which acknowledges a commitment to safety and quality standards. There are 386 companies in the program.
“We congratulate these members who have demonstrated compliance to key quality standards and for building better relationships between distributors and manufacturers, and between suppliers and their customers,” said NTEA executive director Jim Carney. “With the recent introduction of updated criteria, we have raised the bar of the MVP program to even higher standards which should impact the quality efforts of our members and industry to an even greater extent.”
The MVP program recognizes distributors, manufacturers and upfitters for implementing quality business practices and complying with specific government safety regulations.
The following companies have joined the program: ABS Storage Products, Detroit, MI; Badger Truck & Equipment, West Allis, WI; Bay Bridge Mfg Inc, Bristol, IN; Casper’s Truck Equipment, Appleton, WI; Koenig Body & Equipment Inc., Peoria, IL; Kois Brothers Equipment Co., Commerce City, CO; Pafco Truck Bodies Inc., East Peoria, IL; and Towmaster Inc., Litchfield, MN.
Member who have been renewed include: Air Power Systems/APSCO Inc., Tulsa, OK; All Wheel Drive Equipment Mfg Inc., Tulsa, OK; Auto Safety House, Phoenix, AZ; Diamond Coach Corp, Oswego, KS; ECCO, Boise, ID; Force America Inc., Burnsville, MN; General Truck Equipment, Jacksonville, FL; Henderson Truck Equipment, Watertown, NY; Intercon Truck Equipment Inc., Boothwyn, PA; J-Craft, Lake Crystal, MN; Landoll Corp., Marysville, KS; Maddock Machinery Corp., Tucson, AZ; Maxon Lift Corp., Santa Fe Springs, CA; Omaha Standard Distribution-Dallas, Dallas, TX; Omaha Standard Distribution-Fort Lauderdale, Fort Lauderdale, FL; and Sto-Away Power Cranes Inc., Crown Point, IN.