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Johnson Truck Bodies Offers Companies Express Financing

May 08, 2009

RICE LAKE, WI – Johnson Refrigerated Truck Bodies, a manufacturer of fiberglass refrigerated truck bodies and all-electric refrigeration systems, has announced its new Johnson Express Financing Program for qualifying customers through the company's financing arm.

A full suite of financing structures including loans, finance leases, and TRAC leases are available to companies of all sizes, including owner-operators, processors, and distributors of refrigerated goods.

Johnson Express Financing is available for new and used chassis and truck body packages. Customers first choose a chassis and truck body style that best suits their delivery needs. In addition to custom truck body designs, Johnson carries new and used stock inventory. Next, customers complete a Johnson Express Financing Credit Application; approval is communicated within 24-48 hours.

Qualifying companies will have a minimum of two years in business, a complete credit application with a satisfactory bank relationship and comparable credit history, and a Dun & Bradstreet or personal credit rating.

"During these tough economic times, Johnson Express Financing helps customers take advantage of multiple financing sources that Johnson has established over time," said Kirsten Olson, Johnson's chief financial officer. "Depending on the size of the order and the customer's credit rating, the financing is quite competitive."

Johnson serves many markets - food service, leasing, direct store delivery, and home delivery of perishable products. Goods transported throughout North America in Johnson fiberglass truck bodies include dairy, ice cream, seafood, meat, frozen food, keg beer, live poultry, vending products, produce, flowers and plants, and ice.

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