KITCHENER, ON – Wabash Canada, the Eastern Canada dealership for Wabash National semi-trailers, is branding its growing fleet maintenance business as GoRight.
LAFAYETTE, IN – Wabash National is purchasing Supreme Industries — the second-largest maker of truck bodies in the U.S. – as an answer to the growing e-commerce segment.
The cash offer is valued at US $21 per share, which equates to an equity value of $364 million and enterprise value of $342 million. The company expects to realize at least $20 million in annual cost savings by 2021, largely through corporate and procurement expenses and operational savings. Supreme, founded in 1974, recorded $299 million in sales last year and has seven facilities across the country. (All figures are in US dollars.)
The Wabash portfolio includes dry freight vans, refrigerated vans, liquid and dry bulk tank trailers, and platform trailers.
LAFAYETTE, IN – Transport trailer manufacturer, Wabash National Corporation has obtained a certification renewal from ISO 9001:2008 to ISO 9001:2015 at its operation in Cadiz, Kentucky which produces Transcraft and Benson brand flatbed and drop deck trailers.
LAFAYETTE, IN – Wabash National has named Kevin Page as its new vice president and general manager of final mile and distributed services.
LAFAYETTE, IN – Gordon Groshong has been named senior product manager – aluminum at Wabash National Corporation’s tank trailer business.
LAFAYETTE, IN – Semi-trailer producer Wabash National Corporation has announced that Q1′ 16 was the best financial quarter in the company’s history, having snagged net sales of $448 million.
LAFAYETTE, IN – Trailer manufacturer reports new trailer shipments in 2014 in excess of 57,300 units, above its earlier full-year guidance of 54,500 to 56,000 new trailers.
LAFAYETTE, IN – Maker of semi-trailers says buy-back is based on earnings, cash flow, and growth potential.
LAFAYETTE, IN. – The future of the trailer business, as seen through the lens of Wabash National, is bright, according to the company’s Q1 report.
LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Just like the train in the legendary “Wabash Cannonball” country classic, this continent’s largest publicly-traded dry van maker is back in the game, with a jingle rumble roar.