Stoughton Trailers adds new dealer, appoints GM

 Wisconsin-based Stoughton Trailers has a new dealer joining its network of trailer sales and service providers.

The American semi-trailer manufacturer announced it will bring Fleet Trailer & Equipment (FTE), which provides trailer sales, leasing, parts, service and graphics expertise, into its fold.

“We are excited and grateful for the opportunity to represent Stoughton Trailers in Alabama and Mississippi,” said CEO Pres Overby, “We believe our team, facilities and processes provide customers with the best service in the southeast. Stoughton’s commitment to building quality products, coupled with our experienced dealer team will provide even more value to trucking customers in our market.”

The Stoughton Trailers’ dealer network provides sales, parts and service to trailer customers across the United States, Canada and Mexico.

“We are proud to welcome Pres and the FTE team to the Stoughton Trailers network of full-service dealers,” said , FTE Vice President of Sales – Dealer Channel, Luke McMaster. “This is a highly capable team with an outstanding reputation for focused customer support. We believe they have the right experience, relationships, and world-class facilities to help us grow our dry van, reefer and chassis market sales in the increasingly important southeast market.”

Meanwhile, the company has also appointed a new General Manager and Director of Sales & Marketing for its Stoughton Parts Sales business. 

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Source: Stoughton Trailers

Lance Hansen has a diverse background of sales and management experience in the trucking industry. He most recently worked at Bendix CVS, where he was Vice President of Aftermarket Sales, Fleet, & Field Operations, serving the United States, Mexico and Canada. 

 

Stoughton Trailers is a family-owned company that designs, manufactures and markets semi-truck trailers and intermodal container chassis used for over-the-road trucking, as well as agricultural trailers and other specialty transportation equipment.

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