Like all Autocar Terminal Tractors, the ACTT 4x2 DOT model comes standard with a four-point cab air suspension, and Autocar’s semi-trailer auto-lock system. - Photo: Autocar

Like all Autocar Terminal Tractors, the ACTT 4x2 DOT model comes standard with a four-point cab air suspension, and Autocar’s semi-trailer auto-lock system.

Photo: Autocar

Kriete Truck Centers announced that it is now an authorized dealer of Autocar-brand terminal tractors. 

Family-owned and operated for more than 70 years, Kriete Truck Centers currently operates 10 locations across Wisconsin, providing customers with heavy- and medium-duty truck sales, service, parts, and leasing-rental support for Hino, Mack, and Volvo products. The company is also a certified Allison and Cummins service provider.

Often referred to as “yard spotters,” terminal tractors are most commonly used to move trailers around a customer’s grounds. Autocar entered the terminal tractor business over a decade ago, and now features products with Cummins engines and Allison transmissions.

Like all Autocar Terminal Tractors, the ACTT 4x2 DOT model comes standard with a four-point cab air suspension, and Autocar’s semi-trailer auto-lock system.

“We’re thrilled to partner with Autocar in expanding our line-up of industry-leading brands, strengthening our ability to provide the kind of total transportation solutions customers today demand,” said David Kriete, president/CEO, Kriete Truck Centers. “The addition of the Autocar Terminal Tractor allows us to better serve the needs of our customer base in the highway truck market, and beyond.”

“We are proud to have Kriete Trucks Centers join our distinguished group of Autocar Terminal Tractors distributors across North America and believe with their reputation, will serve to deliver even better options to their customers transportation needs with the addition of the Terminal Tractor lineup,” said Mark Aubry, GM, Autocar Terminal Tractors.

Originally posted on Work Truck Online

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