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Thunder Creek Names V&H Trucks Its Construction Dealer in Wisconsin

As part of the agreement, V&H Trucks will sell and service the full line of Thunder Creek fuel, diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) and service products.

Fri September 23, 2016 - Midwest Edition #20
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Thunder Creek Equipment has named V&H Trucks Inc. as its official construction market dealer for the state of Wisconsin.
Thunder Creek Equipment has named V&H Trucks Inc. as its official construction market dealer for the state of Wisconsin.

Thunder Creek Equipment has named V&H Trucks Inc. as its official construction market dealer for the state of Wisconsin. As part of the agreement, V&H Trucks will sell and service the full line of Thunder Creek fuel, diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) and service products, including its line of multi-tank trailers (MTT) and service and lube trailers (SLT).

Based in Marshfield, Wis., V&H Trucks is manufacturer of heavy trucks and supply industry, serving a broad range of customers ranging from general construction and logging, waste, mining, railroad, rental and oil and gas.

“As demand for our newest construction products has increased, we searched for a strong partner in Wisconsin with a background in related industries who understood the importance of streamlined fuel delivery, DEF handling and field maintenance,” said Jim Hogan, general manager, Thunder Creek Equipment. “With its comprehensive experience in everything related to work trucks and trailers and specifying the right solutions based on each application, V&H Trucks stood out as a partner for us.”

“Thunder Creek is a great American-made product line with a strong focus on quality and the practical application of fluids and service items in the field,” said Steve Biechler, general manager, truck operations, V&H Inc. “As the demand for DEF continues to grow in construction equipment fleets, we believe they have an industry-best solution for handling, dispensing and controlling quality of that product. We're proud to partner with them in Wisconsin.”


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