The 1,000th truck is a 2018 Hino 338 outfitted with an American Roll-Off container body. (Photo courtesy of Hino)

The 1,000th truck is a 2018 Hino 338 outfitted with an American Roll-Off container body. (Photo courtesy of Hino)

H.K. Truck Center celebrated the delivery of its 1,000th Hino truck to J. Cipas Container Service with a ceremony held at its facility in South Plainfield, N.J.

The 1,000th truck is a 2018 Hino 338 outfitted with an American Roll-Off container body. Hand-painted by artist Harry Henkel, the truck is wrapped with a billowing American flag and features the United States Army symbol on its hood. The Cipas family has two sons who are in active service and the artwork is a proud display of their support of the United States Army.  

Nick Cipas, one of the Founding Partners of J. Cipas Container Service, was in attendance to receive the truck. “Hino was highly recommended from other companies in our industry. One, in particular, had purchased Hino trucks in 2008 and they are still on the road, with hundreds of thousands of miles on them and no major service work is done. We picked Hino because of their reputation for uptime as well as their really good warranty.”

H.K. Truck Center has been in business for more than 35 years and is only one of twelve dealers throughout the United States to receive the prestigious status of Certified Ultimate Hino Dealership, an honor awarded to them through their continual demonstration of exemplary service to their Hino customers.

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