SPARKS, Nev. — The National Association of Small Trucking Companies (NASTC) recently chose Auxiliary Power Dynamics, manufacturers of an integrated professional-grade auxiliary power unit, as a preferred vendor.
We chose Auxiliary Power Dynamics as a preferred vendor because we see the value its Willis APU can offer our members, said Bill Morris, director of marketing and vendor relations for NASTC.
The NASTC helps small trucking companies control their costs through managed purchasing, analysis, consultation and advocacy.
Morris said earlier this year, the NASTC, recognizing the need and potential for auxiliary power units among its members, started researching different units and their manufacturers. Morris said he consulted the US Environmental Protection Agencys SmartWay program and chose 15 different units and manufacturers to investigate. The organization narrowed the list to three integrated and three non-integrated auxiliary power units.
Were proud to be a NASTC preferred vendor, said Samy Karuppana, APD CEO. By choosing the Willis APU, NASTC recognizes that our commitment to quality and our choice to use professional grade components in the manufacturing process, plus our dedication to respond to our customer needs, makes the Willis APU a compelling value.
For more information about NASTC or its preferred vendor program, call 800-264-8580.
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