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Spartan Motors, Inc., through its subsidiaries, engages in the engineering and manufacture of custom motor vehicle chassis and bodies in the United States and internationally. The company has two segments, the Chassis Group and the Emergency Vehicle Team. The Chassis Group engineers, manufactures, and markets chassis for fire trucks, and motorhomes, as well as specialty applications, such as trolleys, utility trucks, and crash-rescue vehicles. It markets its custom manufactured chassis primarily through original equipment manufacturers, dealers, and end users. The Emergency Vehicle Team offers emergency vehicles built on chassis platforms purchased from either the Chassis Group or outside sources; and manufactures aerial ladder components for fire trucks. Spartan Motors was founded by George Sztykiel and William F. Foster in 1975 and is headquartered in Charlotte, Michigan.


PACCAR, Inc. engages in the design, manufacture, and distribution of light, medium, and heavy-duty trucks, as well as in the related aftermarket distribution of parts. The company designs and manufactures heavy-duty diesel trucks that are used worldwide for over-the-road and off-highway hauling of freight, petroleum, wood products, construction, and other materials. It distributes trucks and parts through its independent dealer network. PACCAR also provides finance and leasing services to customers and dealers, which are principally related to its products and associated equipment. It also operates lease outlets. In addition, the company manufactures other products, including industrial winches. PACCAR was founded in 1905 and is headquartered in Bellevue, Washington.


Supreme Industries, Inc. and its subsidiaries manufacture specialized truck bodies that are mounted on new truck chassis produced by others in the United States. The company's truck body products include cutaway and dry freight van bodies, refrigerated units, stake bodies, and other specialized trucks. It also manufactures shuttle buses. The company's truck bodies are offered in aluminum or fiberglass reinforced plywood panel construction, with optional equipment, such as lift gates, cargo-handling equipment, customized doors, special bumpers, ladder racks, and refrigeration equipment. It sells its vehicle and equipment installed on the chassis to truck dealers, truck equipment distributors, and fleet leasing companies. The company distributes its products through distributor/dealer network consisting of bus distributors, truck equipment distributors, and truck dealers. Supreme Industries was founded in 1978 and is based in Goshen, Indiana.


Oshkosh Truck Corporation engages in the design, manufacture, and marketing of various specialty commercial, fire and emergency, and military trucks; truck bodies; mobile and stationary compactors, and transfer stations; and portable and stationary concrete batch plants worldwide. The company's Fire and Emergency segment offers various fire apparatus and emergency vehicles, including pumpers, aerial and ladder trucks, tankers, wildland rough terrain response vehicles, mobile command and control centers, bomb squad vehicles, hazardous materials control vehicles, wreckers, carriers, aircraft rescue and firefighting vehicles, ambulances, and snow removal vehicles, and other emergency response vehicles, as well as light-, medium-, and heavy-duty rescue vehicles to fire departments, airports, other governmental units, and towing companies. Its Defense segment produces heavy-payload tactical trucks, such as the Heavy Expanded Mobility Tactical Truck, the Heavy Equipment Transporter, the Palletized Load System, the Common Bridge Transporter, and the Logistic Vehicle System to various militaries. The Commercial segment provides concrete mixer systems, refuse truck bodies, mobile and stationary compactors and waste transfer units, portable and stationary concrete batch plants, and truck components to ready-mix companies, and commercial and municipal waste haulers. The company was founded in 1917 and is headquartered in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.


Federal Signal Corporation (FSC) engages in the manufacture, marketing, and sale of municipal and industrial cleaning vehicles and equipment; fire rescue vehicles; safety, signaling, and communication equipment; and tooling products worldwide. It operates in four segments: Environmental Products, Fire Rescue, Safety Products, and Tools. The Environmental Products segment offers self-propelled street cleaning vehicles, vacuum loader vehicles, municipal catch basin/sewer cleaning vacuum trucks, refuse truck bodies, and water blasting equipment. It also offers products for the hydro-excavation, glycol recovery, and surface cleaning markets. The Fire Rescue segment provides chassis; fire trucks, including Class A pumpers, minipumpers, and tankers; and airport and other rescue vehicles, aerial access platforms, and aerial ladder trucks. The Safety Products segment manufactures emergency vehicle warning lights and sirens; industrial and outdoor signaling, warning, lighting, and communication devices; and parking revenue and access control systems. The Tool segment offers consumable carbide and superhard insert tooling for cutoff, drilling, milling, and deep grooving metal cutting applications; precision tooling, ejector pins, core pins, sleeves, and accessories for the plastic injection mold industry; precision tooling and die components for the metal stamping industry; and a line of precision cutting and grooving tools, including polycrystalline diamond and cubic boron nitride products for superhard applications. FSC also provides customer and dealer financing services, principally through sales-type leases. The company sells its products to municipal customers, industrial customers, contractors, and government customers through dealer networks, manufacturers' representatives, independent distributors, original equipment manufacturers, and direct sales. FSC was founded in 1901 and is based in Oak Brook, Illinois.


Accuride Corporation engages in the design, manufacture, and marketing of commercial vehicle components in North America. The company offers a range of products, including commercial vehicle wheels, such as steel and forged aluminum heavy and medium-duty wheels; wheel-end components and assemblies that include brake drums, disc wheel hubs, spoke wheels, disk brake rotors, and automatic slack adjusters; and truck body and chassis parts, which consists of bumpers, fuel tanks, bus components and chassis assembly, battery boxes and toolboxes, front-end crossmembers, muffler assemblies, crown assemblies, and components. It also provides air suspension and static seating assemblies for heavy-and medium-duty trucks, as well as offers other components, such as military wheels, steerable drive axles and gear boxes, transmission and engine-related components, industrial components, and nonpowered farm equipment. The company markets its products under Accuride, Gunite, Imperial, Bostrom, Fabco, and Brillion brand names. Accuride serves original equipment manufacturers in various industrial end-markets, including light truck, industrial, construction, agriculture, and lawn and garden; and the aftermarket in North America and Latin America. The company is headquartered in Evansville, Indiana.


Wabash National Corporation engages in the design, manufacture, and marketing of truck trailers and intermodal equipment primarily in the United States. It operates in two segments: Manufacturing, and Retail and Distribution. Manufacturing segment develops proprietary products, such as trailers; domestic containers, which consist of stackable containers that are carried either on flat cars or stacked two-high on special Double-Stack' railcars; smooth aluminum trailers; refrigerated trailers, which use proprietary SolarGuard technology that reduces fuel consumption and operating hours; RoadRailer equipment, a patented bimodal technology, consisting of truck trailer and detachable rail bogie; and other transportation equipment, which includes container chassis and converter dollies. Retail and Distribution segment sells new and used trailers, as well as provides parts and maintenance services. Its products comprise tank trailers, dump trailers, and platform trailers; replacement parts and accessories, and maintenance service for its own and other company trailers, and related equipment; and used transportation equipment. The company sells its products through independent dealers and through its retail branch network principally under Wabash, FreightPro, Articlite, and RoadRailer trademarks. Wabash National was founded in 1985 and is headquartered in Lafayette, Indiana.