Full throttle for parts and service

Sauer, Bruce
October 2011
Trailer / Body Builders;Oct2011, Vol. 52 Issue 12, p4
Trade Publication
The author offers insights on the improved performance of the trailer industry's aftermarket parts and service departments. He cites the positive impact of the economic downturn, including the structural change to the way truck and trailer customers maintain their equipment, the recovery of fleet of old equipment, and operation of fleet capacity at rates that enable truckers to earn money. He sees that the advantage of increased demand for parts and service works for the industry.


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