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JohnDow Industries, Jaguar Land Rover-North America Create Vendor Partnership

Land Rover has just introduced diesel power plants into the U.S. and Canada, currently available in the Range Rover and Range Rover Sport models.

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JDI-Pro30 Plus Gas Caddy copyRepresentatives of Jaguar Land Rover-North America LLC, based in Mahwah, New Jersey, announced an enhancement to its longstanding vendor relationship with JohnDow Industries (JDI) at its recent New Orleans Parts & Service Conference.

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Land Rover has just introduced diesel power plants into the U.S. and Canada, currently available in the Range Rover and Range Rover Sport models.

To support diesel servicing, Jaguar Land Rover NA has made mandatory the requirement for a diesel-only fuel caddy for all franchise workshops. JDI is announced that its commercial-grade Pro30 Plus Fuel Caddy has been chosen by Jaguar Land Rover NA as the preferred solution.

Scott Tucker, manager service engineering support, stated, “The JDI fuel caddy meets or exceeds our test parameters. Workshop environment and use require equipment to be efficient (time is money), easy to use and maintain. The Pro30 Plus offered that and more. It is also one of the few that has UL approval.”

“We are extremely excited to be involved in this new relationship with Jaguar Land Rover-North America. This is a real opportunity for JDI to further our long-term partnership,” said Mark Pfleeger, vice president – sales and new business development for JDI.

The JDI Pro30 Plus Fuel Caddy is a 30-gallon, UL-listed steel fuel caddy with air operated pump and can be used for gasoline, diesel, kerosene, bio-diesel or transmission fluid. The caddy is designed with the professional technician in mind.

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