Heartland Express Chooses International

April 30, 2004
International Truck and Engine Corp. announced that Heartland Express Inc., a truckload carrier, has placed an order for 2,800 International 9400i trucks to replace its current fleet over the next three years. “Our goal is to have the newest fleet and the best-quality equipment,” said Russell Gerdin, Heartland Express president & CEO. “Quality has never been a question for International trucks.” Deliveries

International Truck and Engine Corp. announced that Heartland Express Inc., a truckload carrier, has placed an order for 2,800 International 9400i trucks to replace its current fleet over the next three years.

“Our goal is to have the newest fleet and the best-quality equipment,” said Russell Gerdin, Heartland Express president & CEO. “Quality has never been a question for International trucks.”

Deliveries of the truck order will begin in May 2004 and continue through the end of 2006.

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