LONDON, Ont. — National Truck League (NTL) has moved into a new London office that features plenty of parking for tractor-trailers.
NTL has been providing downtime protection and insurance needs for owner/operators, small fleets and major trucking companies since 1998. The new office is just off Hwy. 401 at the Wellington Road exit in London, Ont.
"We wanted to be closer and more accessible to truckers, especially National Truck League clients," says Rod Stiller, president of NTL. "It is estimated that more than 10 tractor trailers will pass National Truck League’s new building every minute of every day. We thought it would be great if we had an office where our clients could easily pull off the highway to see us."
Traditionally, NTL has sold its specialized insurance plans, products and services by visiting truckers at truck stops, truck shows or their homes.
"Now our clients have another option," said Stiller. "They can drop in and see us."
"National Truck League’s new office building – from the location, to the design of the building has been done to support National Truck League’s position as a leader in the trucking insurance industry," says building designer, Gary Nichols. "The company’s image as an innovative, stable and easy to deal with organization is reflected in this project. It has been designed to be a functional, productive environment while being inviting and friendly for truckers who drop in to take care of a little business."
For more information about the new digs, call 519-434-4944 or 800-265-6509.
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