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Fleet Engineers Buys N.C. Truck and Trailer Accessory Manufacturuer

 

Fleet Engineers Buys N.C. Truck and Trailer Accessory Manufacturer


MUSKEGON — Fleet Engineers Inc. of Muskegon has expanded its truck and trailer business with the acquisition of Charlotte, N.C.-based Save-A-Load Inc., a maker of cargo bars for tractor trailers and pickups.

Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

According to a statement, Save-A-Load has produced a hydraulic cargo-bracing bar since 1994.

Fleet Engineers President Wes Eklund said the product’s reputation and the company’s service model and efficiencies proved attractive in considering the deal.

Grand Rapids-based investment banking firm Charter Capital Partners served as the M&A adviser to Fleet Engineers, which makes and distributes products for the trucking indsutry, including aerodynamics, door systems and spray control, and truck and trailer parts and accessories.

Written by:  MiBiz Staff

   

New grants will improve access to fresh, healthy foods while helping farmers

New grants will improve access to fresh, healthy foods while helping farmers 

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Plans to create a non-profit grocery store are canceled

Plans to create a non-profit grocery store in the city of Muskegon are canceled

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Possible containers being shipped out of Port of Muskegon in 2016

Officials say that container shipping could start as early as next season at the Port of Muskegon

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Mercy Health Muskegon Gets Corporate Approvals for $271.2 Million for Expansion/Renovation

Mercy Health Muskegon announced that it has received approval from its parent corporation, Trinity Health, to construct a $271 million, 267-bed medical center in Muskegon on the current Mercy Campus at 1500 E. Sherman Blvd.

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