FARMINGTON HILLS, MI
– The National Truck Equipment Association (NTEA) has made major strides in implementing successful initiatives and new products in the past year. The recently published NTEA 2005 Annual Report: State of the Association delineates how the association helped position its members for continued success and prosperity in the future.
Report highlights include:NTEA Member Verification Program (MVP), which was rolled out in May 2005 and recognizes members that have implemented minimum business processes and have taken steps to comply with certain government regulations. As of May 1, 2006, 231 members have qualified for MVP status.
Sales, Productivity, Earnings and Quality (SPEQ) Plan Manual. The NTEA launched this business tool to help build the core business competencies of work truck and trailer distributors and manufacturers.
New online educational resource. The NTEA and MindLeaders have partnered to offer online training programs that provide courses on sales, marketing, finance, leadership, human resources management, among others.