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Auto Truck Group to Open First Canadian Production Facility

April 20, 2011- Press Release

BARTLETT, IL - Auto Truck Group LLC, a full-line upfitter serving the work truck industry, will expand operations into Canada with the opening of a new production facility in Mississauga, ON. Dennis Jones, ATG’s Vice President of Sales & Marketing, who will manage the operation, says, “We are very excited about the opportunity to extend our company’s services to the Canadian marketplace. This facility will allow ATG to continue to grow our brand in a completely new market, while expanding our services to current customers with operations in Canada.

ATG specializes in the design, manufacturing and installation of truck equipment for a wide variety of customers. ATG services pool and dealer customers, commercial users, fleets, utilities, government agencies and other small businesses.

“Our plans are to draw upon the expertise and knowledge that has come from 90 years in the work truck industry to offer innovative upfitting solutions to Canadian clients,” says Jones.

ATG’s 20,000-square-foot Mississauga production facility will be operational by the end of summer. Applications for CMVSS certifications and OEM Ship-Thru status have been submitted in time for the 2012 model year.

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  1. 1. Balwant G Basdeo [ December 30, 2012 @ 10:17AM ]

    Dear sir Dennis,
    I would like to say that you have make a great decision for which I say will be of great value to you, A.T.G, and the customers. I am a certified automotive instructor and will like to share my knowledge and expertise in technical training for A.T.G to it's customer increasing production and sales. I have some ideas to share with you and A.T.G. for trucks.


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