Harper inks distribution deal with Webasto (August 19, 2010)

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TORONTO, Ont. — Harper Power Products has reached an agreement with Webasto to become its new master distributor for Ontario, representing Webasto products to all on-highway, off-highway and industrial market sectors.

“We have a large footprint in this province and we will be able to roll out the Webasto products to all of our locations seamlessly and immediately offer local sales and product support to the existing dealer network as well as new customers” said John Cosgrove, president and chief operating officer of Harper Power Products.

Teo Teodoro, director of customer service for Harper, will oversee the business development for the Webasto product sales and dealer support.

All six Harper Power Products locations in Ontario will provide sales, parts and service support to the end user and to the existing dealer network consisting of Aarden Industries (Angus), Campbell Ford Sales (Ottawa), Drivetec (Toronto), Handy Truck Repairs (Mississauga), Jay’s Truck & Trailer (Windsor), Jon Jo Refrigeration (Mississauga), Manwin Enterprise (Ayr), Niagara Service (Stoney Creek), Orillia Premier Truck & Trailer (Orillia), Steer Enterprises (Glen Huron), Stan Niemczyk Truck Service (Brampton), Sudbury Truck & Trailer Centre (Sudbury), Evolution Truck & Trailer (Niagara Falls), and Wilson Instruments (Campbellford).

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