Sea Girt, NJ (PRWEB) June 13, 2013
YARDLink Services, Inc. and Autocar Industries, LLC have entered into a strategic marketing alliance for terminal tractors. YARDLink and Autocar will cross-promote their terminal tractor products and services throughout the United States and Canada. The Autocar Xspotter will be the official yard truck of YARDLink. YARDLink will provide yard management and staffing solutions to Autocar’s customers looking for alternative creative yard management and staffing solutions. YARDLink will work in close coordination with Autocar’s distributors.
“We are excited about partnering with Autocar, a company with over 100 years of experience manufacturing premium quality equipment,” said James Neebling, president of YARDLink. “This alliance will benefit both companies, and we look forward to leveraging the many opportunities it presents.”
“The relationship that we have developed between YARDLink and Autocar is innovative for our collective clients. Our Autocar Xspotter distribution channel now has the ability to offer high quality dedicated and yard management solutions for our terminal tractor customers, while also offering the safest, most productive, value packed Terminal Tractor on the market,” said Scott Miller, Director of Retail Sales of Autocar.
Autocar is an American Company headquartered in Hagerstown Indiana with a legacy of hard-working trucks dating back more than a century. Autocar, LLC and Autocar Industries, LLC are affiliated with Illinois-based GVW Group, LLC and are leading manufacturers of LCF Class 7-8 trucks and Terminal Tractors. Autocar Industries, LLC, is the creator and manufacturer of the Xspotter terminal tractor series.
YARDLink offers clients a “Total Solution” for distribution centers, intermodal yards, ports, and manufacturing plants. YARDLink utilizes technology to manage yard productivity, compliance, and reporting. YARDLink is aggressively expanding in 35 major markets in the United States and CanadaYARDLink expansion plans include organic growth and targeted acquisitions in the highly fragmented yard management transportation sector.