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Maxim Truck & Trailer Earns Prestigious Presidential Award For Third Straight Year

Maxim Truck & Trailer Earns Prestigious Presidential Award For Third Straight Year

Maxim Truck & Trailer, a network of International Truck commercial dealerships, has received the prestigious International Truck Presidential Award for the third straight year. The Presidential Award honours the top International Truck dealerships that achieve the highest level of performance in terms of operating and financial standards, market representation, and most importantly, customer satisfaction.

This award is the highest honour an International dealer principal can achieve from the company,” said Mark Belisle, senior vice president Truck at Navistar. “Maxim Truck & Trailer is one of only 14 International dealerships in the United States and Canada out of 720 dealership locations who earned this prestigious recognition in 2022.”

Belisle continued, “The Presidential Award also recognizes the effort and dedication of all the dealership’s employees. A highly skilled, professional staff is a critical success factor for any commercial truck dealership. Troy Hamilton, President of Maxim Truck & Trailer is clearly committed to growing his business and being recognized by customers as the dealership of choice in their market. I congratulate everyone at Maxim for their commitment to outstanding customer service, operational excellence and representation of the International Truck brand.”

“This award is a great honour for everyone at Maxim because it recognizes all the hard work and professionalism we bring to customers in the Manitoba, Saskatchewan and NW Ontario market areas,” said Troy Hamilton, President of Maxim. “Everyone at Maxim is dedicated to providing an outstanding customer experience. Our customers rely on us to keep their businesses moving and growing. For more than 42 years in service, our customers have been returning to Maxim because they know we deliver quality International products and services that help drive profits to their bottom line.”