Betts Spring signs agreement with DTNA

April 19, 2011
Betts Spring Co. has reached agreement with Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) on a three-year renewable contract to supply Betts and Life-time Fenders branded spray suppression products and other proprietary components

Betts Spring Co. has reached agreement with Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) on a three-year renewable contract to supply Betts and Life-time Fenders branded spray suppression products and other proprietary components.

“Betts has been a supplier to Freightliner for over seventy (70) years and we value this relationship tremendously” said Mike Betts, president of Betts Spring. “We appreciate that with this new long-term agreement Daimler Trucks North America expresses continued confidence in our ability to supply products and services that meet DTNA’s strict quality and innovation standards.”

Betts will manufacture mud flap hangers for Freightliner trucks at its Fresno, CA, facility.

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