Talbert Manufacturing announces 2020 dealer award winners

Talbert Manufacturing announces 2020 dealer award winners

Talbert Manufacturing has named Hale Trailer Brake & Wheel, headquartered in Voorhees, New Jersey, as its top dealer for 2020.

This award recognizes performance in trailer sales, service and parts on behalf of Talbert Manufacturing. This is Hale’s 13th consecutive time in the top spot, Talbert says. The dealership was also recognized as the top parts seller for the year.

Hale is a full-service dealership with 12 locations from Maine to Florida. The dealership sells new and used trailers and related equipment. Hale also rents trailers, sells commercial trailer parts and accessories and provides general trailer service and repairs.

Talbert also named Leslie Equipment Co. as the Most Improved Dealer of 2020 and one of the top 10 dealers overall.

Leslie Equipment is a consistent top Talbert dealer, the company says, providing quality construction, forestry, mining and oil and gas pipeline equipment for more than 45 years. Eight locations serve customers in Kentucky, Ohio and West Virginia.

The remaining top Talbert dealers, based on 2020 sales, include: Columbus Equipment Co.; Coogle Truck & Trailer Sales; Freightliner of Grand Rapids; Lucky’s Trailer Sales; Lynch Chicago; Remorques Lewis; Reno’s Trailer Sales & Rental; and Royal Truck & Trailer Sales & Service Inc.

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