TruckProtect, the world-leading manufacturer of devices to stop fuel theft from commercial vehicles, has announced that it now supplies units to fit all US Class 7/8 trucks in North America, most notably Freightliner, International, Kenworth, Mack, Peterbilt, Sterling, Volvo and Western Star.
Importantly, getting hold of these units is now much easier and quicker following TruckProtect’s establishment of a network of agents, dealerships, dedicated owner-operators and other distributors across the continent.
So far, the company has already sold over $1 million worth of its revolutionary USA NECK-IT units in the US, Canada and Mexico, and says it regularly gets enquiries on the website from Central and South America
The NECK-IT anti-fuel theft siphon for fuel tanks is quick and easy to fit, requiring no drilling or gluing and needing no maintenance. It can also be quickly transferred between vehicles. With a 3 year guarantee and capable of withstanding serious attacks, it provides truck owners and operators with 24/7 peace of mind protection. Moreover, it stops splashback during hands-free filling at speeds of over 40 gallons per minute.
TruckProtect adds that that a large part of this interest from the trucking industry is the result of its marketing initiatives at several major trade shows in the US and Canada over the past two years..
“We have been delighted with the interest shown in our USA NECK-IT units from across North America and beyond, and are pleased to be able to announce the new network that will boost accessibility to these products,” says Chris Helm, TruckProtect’s SVP Sales & Marketing, North and Central America.
“Fuel theft is clearly a problem in the region and is not just affecting trucks. We have had enquiries from people with cars, buses, boats and farm equipment who are also suffering, and who from now on will be able to quickly identify the nearest place they can get a suitable NECK-IT unit,” he adds.
Responding to the interest generated by its products, TruckProtect has now established a US base in Nashville, Tennessee, where Chris can be contacted. Nashville is a key hub for the trucking industry and is now also starting to build its reputation as the base for American efforts to stop fuel theft.
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