W.W. Williams Expands Distribution with Allison Transmission

W.W. Williams Expands Distribution with Allison Transmission

Allison Transmission has appointed W.W. Williams as its authorized distributor for the Pacific Northwest.

Allison Transmission has appointed W.W. Williams as the authorized distributor for the Pacific Northwest including the states of Washington, Alaska and parts of Oregon, Idaho and Northern California. The territories include three parts and service facilities, a training center and a network of eighty-plus dealers.

The territory expansion will report to David Ruff, W.W. Williams divisional vice president, southwest, northwest and Mexico.

“This represents a significant step forward in the continued growth of our business from a volume, footprint and service capability perspective,” said Ruff. “It serves to strengthen our long-standing relationship with Allison Transmission and adds to our commitment of resources to their business.”

Bobby Bell, W.W. Williams CFO, added: “We will leverage our considerable experience with Allison Transmission in the areas of dealer development, safety, training, establishment of best practices and other areas.”

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