MackMack was Worldwide Equipment’s first OEM and has remained dependable since. Founded in 1900, Mack is one of North America’s largest manufacturers of heavy duty trucks. Mack trucks earned the nickname “the Bulldog” from British soldiers for their bluntnosed hoods and incredible durability. These features reminded the soldiers of their country’s mascot, the British Bulldog.
As the second largest heavy-duty brand in the world, Volvo Trucks is present in more than 140 countries, identifying themselves as a global truck brand. Though they offer a wide variety of vehicles and products, trucks are Volvo’s main product selection.learn more
Kenworth is a heavy and medium duty truck manufacturer that originated in 1923 in Seattle, Washington. In their early years, Kenworth became the first American manufacturer to install diesel engines and sleep cabs in their equipment. Kenworth is now a global technology leader in the design, manufacture, and customer support of commercial trucks.learn more
Since 1902, International has spanned its network across the United States, Canada, Brazil, and Mexico. In addition to producing medium and heavy duty trucks, International is known as a leading manufacturer of severe-service trucks.learn more
Hino was the first non-American transportation brand the United States ever used. In 1981, a U.S. air base in Yokota, Japan purchased two Hino touring buses for the families of Air Force personnel to use for tours and sightseeing. Two years later, the first Hino truck was assembled in the United States. Today, Hino is the 3rd largest truck manufacturer in the world.learn more
Introducing: THE BUS PEOPLE. In West Virginia and Eastern Kentucky, Worldwide Equipment acquired International dealerships from which WE sell and service buses. With comprehensive services on all bus and van types and state-of-the-art facilities, THE BUS PEOPLE are certified to keep you on the road.learn more
Known for their low cab forward trucks, Isuzu has provided maneuverable, cost effective, and durable trucks in the United States since 1984. Since then, a number of Isuzu trucks have been named “Medium-Duty Truck of the Year” and Isuzu has been certified as the best-selling import commercial truck in the United States.learn more