Posted February 15, 2019

    Grote Industries earns MVP status in the work truck industry.

    The Association for the Work Truck Industry (NTEA) has recently recognized Grote Industries for outstanding business practices. Our MVP status indicates we’ve gone through a rigorous qualification process, demonstrating successful implementation of defined business standards and compliance with applicable government regulations.

    Because standards don’t raise themselves, MVP acknowledges the companies that are leading the industry to excellence. Achieving status as an MVP member shows our ongoing commitment to improving the work truck industry through professionalism, knowledge and performance.

    NAFA Fleet Management Association acknowledges the value MVP brings to the industry and has officially recognized the program since 2011. Fleet managers and truck dealers know truck equipment manufacturers and distributors with MVP status have embraced specific business and quality measures and comply with federal requirements.

    Want to work with the best? Visit our Partner with Grote page to learn more about what we bring to the table. Find details about MVP at ntea.com/mvp.

    Posted February 15, 2019

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