Vipar Heavy Duty and Meritor announce long-term agreement

Vipar Heavy Duty, Meritor announce long-term agreement

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Vipar Heavy Duty and Meritor announced the completion of a new long-term agreement, under which Vipar Heavy Duty will offer Meritor products through the Vipar Heavy Duty network and its family of companies.

“Vipar Heavy Duty and Meritor have a successful long-term relationship in the U.S. and Canada,” said Chris Baer, president and chief executive officer of Vipar Heavy Duty. “This new agreement solidifies our new partnership and further strengthens our alliance with a focus on growing our core business exponentially. With the agreement, Meritor’s products is available through the growing network of parts and service locations within the Vipar Heavy Duty family of companies.”

“We’re pleased to renew and expand our strategic partnership with Vipar Heavy Duty and to support Vipar distributors with our new products and services in the steering and suspension area,” said Brett Penzkofer, vice president of aftermarket in North America for Meritor.

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