Custom Truck One Source Featured on NewsWatch on AMC Network

Mon February 25, 2019 - National Edition
Custom Truck One Source


Custom Truck One Source (Custom Truck) and its wholly-owned subsidiary Load King were featured recently on an episode of NewsWatch, a nationally televised morning hour program presented weekly on the AMC Network. Custom Truck's unique, single-source equipment offerings and Load King's recent expansion of its manufacturing portfolio made the companies an easy fit for the consumer-oriented television program.

The segment featured footage of Custom Truck's vast Kansas City headquarters and an interview with Fred Ross, Custom Truck's chief executive officer. While Fred's commentary touched on several important industry aspects of today and tomorrow, he focused more specifically on how Custom Truck and Load King deliver on their shared commitment to being American brands. Domestic manufacturing, in-house upfits, expanded American employment, and the assembly of products specifically designed to maintain our country's infrastructure are among the companies' many initiatives to remain true American brands.

The episode aired on February 25th, 2019, on the 6:00 a.m. CDT NewsWatch segment on the AMC Network, and will run on future airings of the show. The spotlight is also available on the Custom Truck and Load King websites, social media profiles, and Youtube channel.

For more information, visit www.customtruck.com.




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