Stellar achieves NTEA MVP status

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Stellar Industries announced that it is among the first wave of companies to achieve National Truck Equipment Association (NTEA) Member Verification Program (MVP) status.

MVP participants distinguish themselves by embracing the knowledge that is necessary to provide a high level of quality while meeting certain regulatory requirements.

“We are very excited to have been selected in the first round of membership verification,” said David Zrostlik, president of Stellar, a manufacturer of hooklift loaders, mechanic cranes and service trucks, tire service trucks, truck-mounted compressors, drawer sets and various other truck accessories.

The program identifies business practices common to successful companies and promotes increased professionalism by helping commercial truck and transportation equipment industry firms build more profitable, mutually beneficial and longer-lasting relationships with their suppliers, distributors and customers.

A total of 86 members achieved MVP status as of July 1. The program was introduced to NTEA members in May.

“This designation from the NTEA demonstrates our commitment to provide our customers with the best possible products and service,” Zrostlik said.