4-State Trucks in Joplin, Mo., announced an exclusive partnership with ALTTEC to distribute a new line of big rig diesel fuel tanks in the United States.
The new line of diesel fuel tanks will add to 4-State's existing line of collision repair parts for semi-trucks.

4-State Trucks will maintain an expansive inventory of ALTTEC fuel tanks for medium/heavy-duty trucks and a full line of tank-related products in their centralized Joplin, Miss., warehouse to allow for quick, nationwide shipping.

ALTTEC has more than 20 years of experience in aluminum fuel tank manufacturing for big trucks and reefer trailers. They are ISO9001:2008 certified, all of their products meet FMSCA requirements and are manufactured in North America.

ALTTEC tanks carry a 2-year warranty. The fuel tanks are built out of the same raw materials as OEM tanks, and each tank is individually pressure tested before it leaves the factory. Custom tanks are also available, as well as split-tanks to accommodate hydraulic oil and diesel fuel in one tank. Customers can even design their own custom tank with ALTTEC's online fuel tank configurator.

4-State says it's excited to continue its 15-year relationship with ALTTEC's parent company, Tracto, by integrating these vetted and approved fuel tanks into their line.

"We're a large and growing marketer in the USA for truck collision parts and accessories, meaning we have the potential to move a large volume of fuel tanks," says 4-State's Bryan Martin. "4-State has sold and installed their products for 15 years. We know it's a top-quality product from experience."

4-State Trucks gained national attention as the home of the "Chrome Shop Mafia," featured on the reality TV series "Trick My Truck."