Category: News & Events

JOHNSON & TOWERS AND WESTERN BRANCH DIESEL ANNOUNCE MERGER

JOHNSON & TOWERS AND WESTERN BRANCH DIESEL ANNOUNCE MERGER BALTIMORE, Maryland, and PORTSMOUTH, Virginia – June 28, 2019 – Johnson & Towers, Inc. and Western Branch Diesel, Inc. today announced that they have closed on a transaction merging the respective organizations. Johnson & Towers LLC and Western Branch Diesel LLC, along with Johnson Truck Center [...]
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Make Your Dreams Come True When You Finance Your Truck With Us

Our Unbeatable Financing Opens Doors For You Recent customer and entrepreneur Olimjon Alipov secured financing for his first truck to start his new business - Trucky Way - through Johnson Truck Center and salesman Joe Bryson. We explored several options with Olimjon until we were able to find the right financing to match his needs. [...]
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Allison Boosts Electric-Truck Activity with Two Key Acquisitions

Purchase of U.K.-based Vantage Power and the electric vehicle systems division of AxleTech of Troy, Michigan grows Allison's stake in commercial vehicle electrification. Photo: Allison Transmission Allison Transmission Holdings Inc., the largest global manufacturer of medium- and heavy-duty fully automatic transmissions, is growing its stake in commercial vehicle electrification with the purchase of U.K.-based Vantage [...]
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New Mitsubishi Fuso Gas-powered FE160 Is Here

New Gas-powered Mistsubishi Fuso FE160 Hits The Market Johnson Truck Center is an OEM-certified dealer of Mitsubishi Fuso trucks, and we are excited to carry this new line of gas-powered Class 4 and Class 5 FE cabover work trucks. Contact our Manassas, VA dealership to learn more. FE 160 Gas The sweet spot. Versatile enough [...]
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Daimler Unveils Plans for Electric Trucks and Autonomous-Vehicle Development

Daimler Unveils Electric Trucks and Plans for Autonomous-Vehicle Development $2.9 Billion for Cutting Edge Technology R&D by 2019 Daimler, last week, unveiled two new electric big rig trucks that are slated to be in production by 2021, the eCascadia and eM2 106. The Freightliner eCascadia's range is projected to be 250 miles (402 km) with [...]
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