NTEA adds new MVP members

NTEA adds new MVP members

NTEA says the program acknowledges "companies leading the industry to excellence."

Two first-time names have been added to the NTEA’s Member Verification Program (MVP) list, this year. They’re joining 15 companies renewing their status, as well as the 220-plus total members currently on the MVP list. NTEA is issuing congratulations to all members, saying: “Fleet managers, truck dealers and OEMs know truck equipment manufacturers and distributors with MVP status have implemented specific business and quality standards and comply with federal regulations.”

New MVP members (since Oct. 1)

  • Abco Truck Equipment (Petersburg, Michigan)
  • North Central Truck Equipment (St. Cloud, Minnesota)


  • Hercules Manufacturing Co. (Henderson, Kentucky)
  • Klein Products of Texas (Jacksonville, Texas)
  • Knapheide Truck Equipment Center Charlotte (Midland, North Carolina)
  • Knapheide Truck Equipment Center Jefferson City (Jefferson City, Missouri)
  • Knapheide Truck Equipment Center Louisville (Jeffersonville, Indiana)
  • Master’s Specialty Vehicles (Belton, Missouri)
  • STE Inc. (Almont, Michigan)
  • Taylor Pump & Lift (Concord, North Carolina)
  • United Truck Body Co. Inc. (Hermantown, Minnesota)
  • Vanner Inc. (Hilliard, Ohio)
  • Wabash (Moreno Valley, California)
  • Wabash (Griffin, Georgia)
  • Wabash (Goshen, Indiana)
  • Wabash (Jonestown, Pennsylvania)
  • Wabash (Cleburne, Texas)

There is no charge for current NTEA Distributor and Manufacturer members to apply for MVP status. Once qualified, companies receive the status for a three-year term. To renew, MVP members must again document compliance and go through the review process.

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