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Welcome to Truck Equipment Network. The initiative to build this website started in 2009 and launched in January of 2010.
The idea behind it then and still today was to compile a comprehensive directory of manufacturers building trucks, truck bodies and truck equipment.
Customers who purchase and operate work truck equipment and bodies rely on search engines to deliver relevant results. Unfortunately, not all manufacturer's websites have been optimized for search engines. As a result, customers find limited and often times completely unrelated results. It was this very frustration and incredible waste of time that led to the creation of Truck Equipment Network. Our site continues to grow in popularity and is quickly becoming the gateway to the work truck industry.
Finding the right manufacturer is important, but Truck Equipment Network wanted to take it a little further. This led to the addition of other relevant and key truck equipment industry resources: associations, trade shows, publications, government agencies, online classifieds, financial institutions and more.
Please note that Truck Equipment Network does not favor one manufacturer over another (big or small). All links provided are presented in alphabetical order. As we continue to grow this site, we welcome and review all suggested sites for relevance. It's your suggestions and ideas that make this site work, so keep them coming.
MUST HAVE iOS Apps for Truck Drivers & Travelers
These apps/links are specific to the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad and/or iPad Mini. For those of you traveling (over-the-road) on a regular basis, we recommend you consider these apps for your iOS device.
PERMANENT - Advanced Fuel Economy
For decades, we've had the technology available to achieve hundreds of miles to the gallon for both gasoline and diesel engines. Unfortunately, we've allowed large oil companies to suppress these simple and affordable solutions. It would be nice to see the GTA (Green Truck Association), Truck Manufacturers and Automobile Manufacturers push for economical solutions that take advantage of today's readily available fuel supplies. For more information, use the links below: