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IMT adds Texas firm to distribution network

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GARNER, Iowa (May 21, 2014) — Tire service vehicle producer Iowa Mold Tooling Co. Inc. (IMT) has added Denton, Texas-based Custom Vehicle Solutions to its distribution network.

Custom Vehicle Solutions (CVS), which specializes in highly customized truck modifications, will serve IMT customers in north and southeastern Texas, north and southwestern Louisiana and southern Arkansas, IMT said.

The company will offer an extensive line of IMT equipment, including mechanics trucks, telescopic cranes, lube trucks and lube skids, air compressors and articulating cranes, IMT said. It also provides IMT parts and service.

“The new partnership with Custom Vehicle Solutions strengthens our distributor network,” said Jim Hasty, IMT general manager. “The experts at Custom Vehicle Solutions have extensive industry experience and a reputation for providing high-quality solutions and customer support.”

In addition to its Denton headquarters, CVS operates a facility in Houston, which offers a variety of services for numerous industries, including a specialization in oilfield applications, IMT said.

More information on CVS can be found on the company’s website.Garner-based IMT, a subsidiary of Oshkosh Corp., designs and manufactures equipment for building supply, construction, tire service, public works, mining, railroad, rental and propane markets around the world.

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