Bendix recognizes 2019 top-performing distributors

Bendix recognizes 2019 top-performing distributors

Through its Premier Distributor Program (PDP), Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems LLC recognizes distributors for their outstanding performance on behalf of fleet customers, owner-operators and service repair facilities across North America. This year, Bendix honors 36 companies for earning the program’s highest ranking of platinum.

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Through its Premier Distributor Program (PDP), Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems LLC recognizes distributors for their outstanding performance on behalf of fleet customers, owner-operators and service repair facilities across North America. This year, Bendix honors 36 companies for earning the program’s highest ranking of platinum.

The PDP awards the platinum ranking to the top distributors in the Bendix independent aftermarket network. Their achievements come from a commitment to provide operators and service technicians the parts they need quickly and reliably.

As part of PDP, each distributor company is evaluated across a variety of key metrics. Bendix account managers work in tandem with distributors to help develop business plans that address or reinforce these areas.

The 2019 Bendix platinum distributors (in alphabetical order) are:

  • A & A Brake Service – Brooklyn, New York
  • A-1 Truck Parts – Bay City, Michigan
  • Acme Truck Brake & Supply Co. – Elk Grove, Illinois
  • Auto Wheel & Rim Service Co. Inc. – Evansville, Indiana
  • Blaine Brothers Inc. – Blaine, Minnesota
  • Brake & Clutch Supply, Inc. – Seattle, Washington
  • Brake & Truck Supply, Inc. – Everett, Massachusetts
  • Capitol Clutch & Brake, Inc. – West Sacramento, California
  • CBS Parts Ltd. – Surrey, British Columbia, Canada
  • Clutch & Brake Xchange – Stockton, California
  • Colorado Brake & Supply, Inc. – Commerce City, Colorado
  • Commercial Brake & Clutch, Inc. – East Tacoma, Washington
  • Cook Brothers Truck Parts – Binghamton, New York
  • Cumberland Truck Parts – Carlisle, Pennsylvania
  • DeCarolis Heavy Duty Parts – Rochester, New York
  • Fort Garry Industries Ltd. – Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
  • Harman Heavy Vehicle Specialists – Cambridge, Ontario, Canada
  • Heavy Fleet Products, Inc. – Manassas, Virginia
  • Jack Young Co. – Woburn, Massachusetts
  • Macpek, Inc. – Quebec, Quebec, Canada
  • Midwest Wheel Companies – Des Moines, Iowa
  • Northern Virginia Supply, Inc. – Springfield, Virginia
  • PBS Truck Parts/CommPar – South Bend, Indiana
  • Plaza Fleet Parts – St. Louis, Missouri
  • Point Spring & Driveshaft Co. – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • Potter Webster Company – Portland, Oregon
  • Royal Truck & Trailer Sales & Service, Inc. – Wixom, Michigan
  • San Diego Friction Products, Inc. – San Diego, California
  • Sanel Auto & Truck Parts – Concord, New Hampshire
  • Southside Trailer Service, Inc. – Blasdell, New York
  • Superior Distributors, Inc. – Elmwood Park, New Jersey
  • Tidewater Fleet Supply/TNT Parts – Norfolk, Virginia
  • Total Truck Parts, Inc. – West Palm Beach, Florida
  • Triple “R” Truck Parts – Eddystone, Pennsylvania
  • Western Michigan Fleet – Zeeland, Michigan
  • Wofford Truck Parts – El Paso, Texas

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