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Reading Group Offers Online Inventory Access

July 26, 2016

Work Truck Solutions, an online platform that enables commercial inventory searches by body type and chassis, announced a new partnership with Reading Truck Body, LLC, to provide up-to-date bailment pool inventory online. Now, dealers and distributors have instant access to information about chassis that are available to add to their own inventory from the truck body manufacturer’s extensive bailment pool.

When dealers log into their commercial inventory sites through Work Truck Solutions as Truck Professionals, they will be able to quickly view all Reading bailment pool chassis. With just a few clicks, they can select the right chassis for their customer at the most convenient pool location, and easily alert Reading to their interest.

“We felt that it was very important for bailment pool inventory information to be made accessible to the dealers and distributors who need it,” says Kathryn Schifferle, CEO and Founder of Work Truck Solutions. “It’s a win-win, because dealers and distributors get really rich information with photos and diagrams to help them sell — and Reading has an automated and seamless way to show their inventory to the dealers who need it, when they need it.”

Photo courtesy of The Reading Group.
Photo courtesy of The Reading Group.

“We are very excited to partner with Work Truck Solutions,” says William Craig Bonham, Vice President of Sales and Business Development for Reading Truck Body. “Now, dealers will be able to better support their vocational customers who are looking for quality work trucks for their business or fleet, with instant access to valuable information on Reading Truck Body pools.”

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