Vipar Heavy Duty and Dayton Parts announce distribution agreement

Vipar Heavy Duty and Dayton Parts announce distribution agreement


Vipar Heavy Duty and Dayton Parts have announced a new multiyear agreement, under which Vipar Heavy Duty will offer the complete line of Dayton Parts products through Vipar Heavy Duty and its family of companies.

“Dayton’s core products and manufacturing capabilities are a strong fit for our Vipar Heavy Duty family of companies, comprised of 260 plus parts and service companies across North America,” said Chris Baer, president and chief executive officer of Vipar Heavy Duty. “Their commitment to quality and customer service aligns with our objectives, and we are pleased to finalize this new agreement.”

“Dayton Parts is excited to enhance and strengthen our already prosperous partnership with Vipar Heavy Duty and their family of companies,” said Sam Stantial, vice president of sales for Dayton Parts. “This strengthened partnership benefits distributors within the Vipar Heavy Duty family of companies by utilizing our company’s exceptional quality and top-notch service.”

Stantial says Dayton Parts is continually developing new products which will be made available to the Vipar Heavy Duty family of companies.

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