GALESBURG, Mich. – Eaton has expanded its Authorized Rebuilder Program onto Canadian soil.
The Authorized Rebuilder Program, which gives fleets and drivers the option of purchasing rebuilt transmissions with 100 per cent Eaton components, now includes Truck Pacific, a division of Crane Carrier in Edmonton, Alberta.
Truck Pacific has 65 employees, and its warehouse and shop facility will nearly double its space when it expands to 81,500 square-feet by the end of 2014.
“In business since 1947, Pacific Truck has established itself as one of western Canada’s foremost suppliers of truck parts and equipment,” said Bill Fouch, Eaton’s NAFTA aftermarket marketing manager. “Our newest Authorized Rebuilder promises to bring new business opportunities and many years of future successes with our mutual truck industry customers.”
“Eaton’s partnership with Pacific Truck further confirms our commitment to and culture of always delivering quality in the Canadian market place,” added Curt Maier, vice-president for Crane Carrier Canada and Pacific Truck. “It is a winning combination, and our joint efforts will certainly bring additional value to our customers, associates and ownership and further separate us from the competition.”
To become and Eaton Authorized Rebuilder, your company must complete Eaton’s technical and sales training, meet Eaton’s re-use and rebuild criteria and must use all Eaton content to the transmissions rebuilt as part of the program.
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