Hino Trucks signs multiyear partnership with New York Jets

Hino Trucks, Novi, Michigan, has announced an exclusive multiyear partnership with the New York Jets. The agreement marks the first professional sports partnership for Hino Trucks and brands them the official commercial truck of the organization.

“The New York Jets are extremely proud to be the first professional sports team to collaborate with Hino Trucks,” Neil Glat, president of the New York Jets, says. “Hino’s commitment to their customers and the community makes them an ideal partner for our organization.”

As the exclusive commercial truck of the New York Jets, Hino Trucks will become the presenting partner of the Jets Facebook Watch series, “One Jets Drive: 2018 Training Camp.” The four-part series will feature exclusive footage from Jets training camp, including the team’s travel with the assistance of Hino Trucks, to Richmond, Virginia, for a joint practice with the Washington Redskins.

“Hino Trucks and our participating New York metropolitan dealers are thrilled to take this step with the New York Jets as our first sponsorship of its kind,” Glenn Ellis, senior vice president of customer experience at Hino Trucks, says. “As our partnership with the New York Jets developed, it became apparent that we have the same philosophy and fan base—people committed to working hard, passionate about what they do and connected to the streets our trucks operate on. Our partnership will go far beyond game days and will bring together two great New York brands working together throughout the entire year.”

Nine local Hino Trucks dealers will be participating in the partnership and will be able to use the Jets logo at retail locations in conjunction with Hino advertising and promotion. Dealerships include:

Liebherr USA Co. expands dealer network in Florida

Liebherr USA Co., Newport News, Virginia, has announced its Construction Equipment Division has added Action Equipment LLC based out of Miami to its dealer network. Action Equipment will provide Liebherr customers with equipment rentals, product sales support and service.

In 2007, Bruno-Elias Ramos and Steve Ramos founded Action Equipment and established the company in Miami. The founders say business has progressed exceptionally ever since. The company opened its second location in West Palm Beach, Florida, in 2015 and later expanded to six other Florida-based locations including Homestead, Orlando, Tampa and Vero Beach in 2016 and 2017.

“All of us at Action Equipment are excited about the addition of the Liebherr line. We have known the product for decades as a high-quality and superior product,” Bruno-Elias Ramos says. “Action Equipment has opened a statewide division to service Liebherr throughout the state from our nine locations in Florida. We look forward to a long and beneficial relationship with Liebherr and our valued customers.”

By putting customer needs first and offering the newest, safest and most reliable equipment, the company says it has steadily built a strong reputation in Florida.

“We are thrilled to work with Action Equipment as they are a rapidly growing company that does not forget the value of exceptional customer service. With over 100 years of combined experience, we are confident that our customers will be served well,” Peter Mayer, managing director of Liebherr USA’s Construction Equipment Division, says.

Advanced Enviro Systems relocates headquarters

Advanced Enviro Systems (AES), a waste and recycling consultant and equipment provider, has moved into a 21,000-square-foot facility in Camden, New Jersey. The move, which brings 27 new full-time positions to southern New Jersey, is designed to better position AES for sustainable, long-term growth and better serve the company’s customers and employees throughout the region.

The new facility provides space for welding and steel manufacturing, customer support, sales, services and leadership functions across the company, allowing AES to showcase its solutions and products to potential and existing clients. Located in Chester, Pennsylvania, since its inception in 1996, the company relocated to Camden using the tax incentives offered through Grow NJ, an assistance program offered by the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJDEA) to retain and grow state jobs and revitalize the community through redevelopment.

Originally founded as a waste and recycling equipment provider, AES has since expanded to cover a range of waste industry-related products and services. In addition to equipment and receptacles, the company provides commercial waste management services and solutions for hotels, multifamily housing, retailers, shopping centers, convenience stores, universities, counties and municipalities. Other services include sustainability consulting, program analysis, invoice auditing and bill pay, 24/7 call center support and individualized plans to address companies’ specific waste management needs. Most recently, the company acquired TrashPro, a waste management service provider in Mount Laurel, New Jersey, specializing in multifamily housing and municipal contracts.

AES plans partner with local businesses and neighbors for its staffing needs. In addition to the current new positions, the company plans on continuing to draw from South Jersey’s employment pool.

“The new location and enhanced operational efficiencies will help us continue to grow and develop to keep pace with clients’ needs in our continuous effort to provide exceptional value and superior service,” Ward says.

In addition to this facility, AES also continues to maintain a Southeast headquarters in Punta Gorda, Florida.