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Pro Force Marketing to represent Fontaine brands in Canada

MONCTON, N.B. -- Pro Force Marketing is now representing Fontaine International and Fontaine Parts Connection ...

MONCTON, N.B. — Pro Force Marketing is now representing Fontaine International and Fontaine Parts Connection across Canada, the companies announced at the Atlantic Truck Show.


Fontaine International is a fifth wheel manufacturer and Fontaine Parts Connection is its aftermarket subsidiary. Pro Force is a specialized sales and marketing agency focusing on the Canadian trucking industry. It’s based in Winnipeg and has field reps placed throughout the country, the company says.


“Pro Force has one of the largest, most experienced sales teams serving Canada’s heavy-duty trucking industry,” said Terry Mennen, Fontaine International vice-president of sales and marketing. “Pro Force is well-respected within the industry for professionalism, fast service and dedication. We are delighted to put their experience and expertise to work for our customers.”


The companies say Pro Force will act as an extension of Fontaine, offering a full-range of Fontaine No-Slack fifth wheels and genuine replacement parts along with service, support and training.


“We couldn’t ask for a better partner as we continue to expand our presence in Canada,” announced Toby Harris, vice-president of sales and marketing with Fontaine Parts Connection.


“It is an honour to represent the Fontaine International and Fontaine Parts Connection lines,” added Chuck Fritsch, general sales manager for Pro Force. “Fontaine has a reputation for quality products and customer support. By combining our resources, we’re confident that Pro Force will help Fontaine grow its business in Canada.”


For more info on Fontaine, visit or call 800-874-9780. For more on Pro Force, visit or call 204-837-9800.

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