Supreme wins Budget deal

Nov. 26, 2007
Truck body builder Supreme Industries recently sewed up a new fleet contract valued in excess of $10 million from Budget Truck Rental

Truck body builder Supreme Industries recently sewed up a new fleet contract valued in excess of $10 million from Budget Truck Rental.

Supreme said the contract calls for 1,850 dry freight vehicles, with production slated to commence in the fourth quarter of 2007 and continue through June 2008. The vehicles will be produced using General Motors cabover and cutaway chassis, as well as chassis manufactured by International Truck & Engine Corp.

Final assembly of the vehicles will take place at Supreme’s nationwide facilities, including Jonestown, PA, Griffin, GA, Goshen, IN and Moreno Valley, CA, said Allen Hooley, Supreme’s national fleet sales manager.

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