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Monroe Truck Equipment Unveils New Commercial Campus

Monroe Truck Equipment completed its most recent expansion—a new facility to support commercial work truck customers in Monroe, Wisconsin.

Monroe built the location to better serve local and regional customers as well as fleet customers. But the facility also supports the commercial work truck division in conjunction with Monroe Truck Equipment’s rebrand earlier this year.

“We’ve taken a big step for our commercial customers,” says Scott Hanewall, general manager of the commercial division at Monroe Truck Equipment, Inc. “Our goal is to make it even easier for them to do business with us. That’s why we’ve invested in this focused expansion to ensure we have the space, time, and team capacity to meet and exceed our customers’ expectations with new equipment and technology.”

Monroe Truck Equipment contracted several local construction and design companies to complete the new, state-of-the-art facility. The new location features two process line builds for maximum upfit efficiency. It also includes an inline undercoat bay, a cross-draft wet paint booth, and a custom overhead crane and rail system. These upgrades will streamline production and provide space for Monroe to concentrate on innovation for commercial dealerships and end-user customers. Over 40 team members work in the new facility, and 15 jobs were created to support the company’s growth.

Jim Smith, director of sales for Monroe’s commercial division, says Monroe has built its commercial operations over the last several years to meet demand in the commercial market. He says a dedicated campus simply made sense for the Monroe team as well as its customers. He says it’s one way Monroe invests in growth and delivers on its promise to make doing business easy.

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