General Truck Body a New Distributor for IMT

Iowa Mold Tooling Co. Inc. (IMT), an Oshkosh Corporation company (NYSE:OSK), announced that General Truck Body, headquartered in Houston, with additional operations in Arlington, Texas, will serve IMT customers from north Texas across to southern Arkansas, north and southwestern Louisiana as well as southeastern Texas.

General Truck Body has extended its product offering by becoming the distributor of IMT products in Texas. In addition to now offering an extensive line of IMT telescopic cranes, mechanics trucks, lube trucks, compressors and articulating cranes, General Truck Body will also provide parts and service operations.

“We’re pleased to expand our distributor network with the addition of General Truck Body,” said Jim Hasty, vice president of sales and marketing for IMT. “IMT is committed to its customers, and we believe this new partnership with General Truck Body will strengthen that commitment. Through this partnership we will be able to better meet the needs of our customers in this region of the country.”

For more than 50 years, General Truck Body has built a reputation for providing custom manufactured truck bodies for use in mobile command, general construction, utility work, material handling and a wide variety of custom applications. With the addition of IMT products, the company’s truck equipment division will be able to better meet their customers’ needs.

“We have always taken pride in providing the highest quality truck equipment solutions and we are proud to now be able to represent IMT products,” said Barbara Levitch Paull, president and CEO of General Truck Body. “In addition, the professionalism and first-rate product support that IMT offers will allow us to continue offering the highest quality customer service and support. We look forward to this new partnership.”

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