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Bee Line Company expanding field support across 14 states

Bee Line Company, a manufacturer of heavy-duty alignment and frame correction systems for trucks and trailers, says its is expanding partnerships with rep agencies and adding agents to provide greater service, support and communication in response to customer demand.

Recent additions include Southeast Heavy Duty Sales, led by Karen Gunther, which will represent Bee Line in Florida; TIMCO HD, headed by Tim Myers, which will rep the company in Ohio, Indiana, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Kentucky; and Rob Young Sales for parts of Arkansas, Kansas, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Tennessee and Texas.

Bee Line says its new professional partners, who recently gathered at its training facility in preparation for the new venture, have many years of experience in servicing the heavy-duty market, and their addition will help increase field sales and provide greater support to better meet the needs of its customers.

“We are thrilled to welcome Southeast Heavy Duty, TIMCO HD and Rob Young Sales on board,” said Tricia Kane, director of sales and marketing at Bee Line. “Their prior sales experience and substantial knowledge will be a great asset to Bee Line as we continue to grow the company.”

Located in Bettendorf IA, Bee Line designs, manufactures and sells state-of-the-art equipment that meets the unique demands of today’s alignment industry, the company maintained. Bee Line offers mobile equipment for field service, portable shop equipment and complete stationary solutions that are customized to the individual needs of commercial tire dealers, truck dealerships, truck stops, independent repair shops and fleet maintenance facilities.

For more information, visit beeline-co.com.

 

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