CVSN Adds to Its List of Quality Member Companies

CVSN Adds 2 New Members

Midwest Bus Parts Inc. and Hinton Transportation have joined CVSN.

CVSN has announced that Midwest Bus Parts Inc. and Hinton Transportation joined CVSN in Q4 of 2022. 

Midwest Bus Parts has been in the bus industry for over 50 years with the goal to become a one-stop parts provider with exceptional service. They offer weekly deliveries throughout Minnesota and western Wisconsin and ship nationwide. Their sales staff is committed to providing excellent customer service in multiple ways to fit your needs. “The aftermarket parts industry is our world. Anything we can do to help grow it, only helps us,” said Derek Berning, president.

Hinton Transportation investments Inc New Life Transport Parts Center is a wholesale distributor of aftermarket and OEM heavy duty truck and trailer parts. Supplying the industry for over 40 years, it is dedicated to customer service and bringing “new life” into your transport equipment. New Life is a wholly owned subsidiary of Hinton Transportation Investments (HTI). HTI is the collection of investments in the heavy duty transportation industry owned by the Hinton family from Grand Rapids, MI. “If a company has any involvement in the Heavy Duty Transportation Industry, then there has never been a more important time to belong to an organization like CVSN,” said Carl Mesker, chief marketing officer. “We look forward to collaborating with the other independent members of our Industry to solve problems together.”

“Our vision is to become the primary advocate for all of the independent commercial vehicle aftermarket, including the bus and trailer segments,” said Edward Kuo, executive director. “Both of these companies help us expand into other segments and we are excited to have they have chosen to join our organization.”

CVSN would like to also recognize it’s new suppliers for Q4 0f 2022. They are OPC Parts LLC, Energy Battery, Valcrum, Procede Software, and Coronet Parts Mfg.

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