New dealer to distribute Idle Free Systems in South Central states

W&B Service Co. has signed on to market and service Idle Free Systems’ Complete Electric Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Solution.

As an authorized sales and service partner, Duncanville, TX-based W&B fills a gap in the South Central states for distribution and service of Idle Free’s system.

W&B is a provider of sales and service for transport refrigeration equipment for trucks and trailers and Carrier Transicold’s oldest and largest transport refrigeration dealer in the United States, Idle Free said. W&B is also an authorized dealer for Hyundai Translead trailer equipment and Hercules truck bodies. 

The company has 18 branch locations throughout Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana supplemented with mobile service locations.

“We continually strive to offer our customers only those products that deliver superior performance relative to other options and therefore the best return on investment,” said Tracey Maynor, president, W&B Service Co. “Idle Free APUs complete solution versus all other battery-based APUs, means that we can help our customers grow their business in a smart and environmentally friendly way.”

“Idle Free actively seeks partners that are known to offer superior customer service and the most reliable products available in the market,” said Robert Hopton, CEO, Idle Free Systems. “W&B is widely lauded for its strategic delivery of innovative and reliable products and customer-focused solutions.  We are honored to have an organization such as W&B as part of our National dealer network”

 Idle Free APUs are CARB compliant and EPA SmartWay verified. They provide air conditioning and heat; 120 volt electricity for televisions, computers, and other hotel needs; and keeps the truck engine warm when the engine is off.  Additionally, every system comes with Shorepower as a standard feature to provide unlimited run-time and making the system eligible for any federal or state rebates.

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