Nine Canadian companies named among Bendix’s top distributors

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ELYRIA, Ohio — Bendix has recognized the outstanding achievement of its top distributors across Canada and the US through its Premier Distributor Program. This year, Bendix has honoured 39 companies that have earned the program’s highest ranking of platinum, including nine Canadian companies.

The Canadian winners are as follows:

• A & M Truck Parts of London, Ont.
• Buy-Rite Truck Parts of Mississauga, Ont.
• CBS Parts of Surrey, B.C.
• Fort Garry Industries of Winnipeg, Man.
• Harman Heavy Vehicle Specialists of Kitchener, Ont.
• Macpek of Quebec City, Que.
• Parts for Trucks of Dartmouth, N.S.
• Ressorts Maska of Saint Hyacinthe, Que.
• TransAxle Parts of Stoney Creek, Ont.

Distributors achieving platinum status represent the top 10% of companies Bendix’s independent aftermarket distributor network in Canada and the US.

“By honoring these 39 platinum members of the Bendix Premier Distributor Program, we reinforce our shared commitment to provide the heavy-duty aftermarket with the most advanced technology solutions available,” said Tom Otter, Bendix’s vice-president of sales and marketing. “The connection we form with our distribution channel partners is a truly collaborative relationship with communication at its core. Together, we aim to strengthen our ties to fleets and owner-operators who are focused – as we are – on putting the safest and most efficient and reliable vehicles on the road.”

Bendix evaluates distributor performance in six key areas. Bendix account managers help distributors to create business plans that address the PDP’s six measurement areas. The program is based on objective performance measures, and not solely on volume, officials note, adding that all authorized Bendix distributors, regardless of size, have an equal opportunity to earn rewards and recognition.

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