Truck-n-Trailer, a major used commercial truck dealership in Oklahoma City for 17 years, is excited to be awarded the exclusive Mitsubishi Fuso truck dealership for Oklahoma City. Growing commercial truck demands across the country are pushing increased sales for Truck-n-Trailer. This partnership expands Truck-n-Trailer beyond used trucks, services and repairs to now include new trucks sales which will help them meet these growing needs.
“This partnership is a perfect match. Being able to sell Mitsubishi Fuso’s commercial trucks now allows us to expand what we can offer our clients nationwide”, says Truck-n-Trailer owner, Tom Morgan.
Commercial trucking is at an all-time high across the nation. Growing demand for commercial trucks is directly reflected in by The American Truck Association reports. In January 2015, the seasonally adjusted for-hire truck tonnage index increased 1.1%, reaching an all-time high. Compared to last year, tonnage is up a full 3.7%, this includes the use of commercial trucks in the U.S.
The German-owned, Japan based Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation is a manufacturer of trucks and buses. Headquartered in Kawasaki-shi, Kanagawa, Japan, it is one of the largest truck manufacturers in the world. According to Automotive Testing and
Development Services (ATDS), improved quality and fuel economy has pushed their trucks to the forefront for commercial truck fuel efficiency.
For over 17 years, family owned Truck-n-Trailers has proudly offered used truck, parts and services to the commercial trucking industry. With the awarded Mitsubishi Fuso truck dealership, they now offer new Mitsubishi Fuso commercial trucks with parts and repairs for those new commercial trucks. Truck-n-Trailer’s friendly, family owned atmosphere provides customers with personal prompt and honest service. Visit http://www.truck-n-trailer.com for more information on Truck-n-Trailer’s products, services, and other resources.
Mitsubishi Fuso Representatives: Brad Munchrath (3rd from left), Waylon Breshears (4th from left) Truck-n-Trailer: Kirk Booth (far left), Tom Morgan (2nd left), Jeff Morgan (far right)