TruckCorp LLC has purchased The American Road Machinery Company of Canton, Ohio following the COVID-19 downturn. The Company is an up-fitter of class 6, 7 and 8 trucks with specialty Snow & Ice equipment and custom dump body assemblies, along with trailer- and chassis-mounted vacuum leaf and debris collectors.The equipment is used in municipal and industrial market applications and sold across North America. [...]

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To our Customers, Suppliers and Team Members: As we all know, the Covid-19 Global Pandemic has quickly overwhelmed and dramatically changed most aspects of our personal and business lives. A.R.M. is committed to following all Federal and State directives on reducing the spread of the virus. Our first goal is the SAFETY AND WELL BEING OF EMPLOYEES. [...]

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To our valued customers, dealers, suppliers and friends, Amid the rapid progression of the coronavirus (COVID-19) and the disruptions it has caused, ARM remains open, and committed to providing our highly responsive truck and equipment builds and service to our customers. [...]

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A manufacturer for all seasons, American Road Machinery shovels aside preconceived business notions and spreads into other equipment markets By Bruce Sauer Few if any products in the truck equipment business can match snow and ice equipment for volatility. That’s because demand for the product is pinned to something very finicky—the weather. Yet manufacturing snow plows [...]

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Charitable Giving American Road Machinery (ARM) launched a charitable giving campaign in 2016, allowing employees to contribute to the 501(c)(3) organization, United Way of Greater Stark County. 100% of the employees at ARM were involved in giving to the campaign which, along with the company’s donation, totaled nearly $20,000.00. Donations were comprised of monthly recurring [...]

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The idea of a “tweener” or a baby 8 truck isn’t exactly new, but Mack’s approach with the Granite MHD is somewhat unique. In many cases, a Class 6 or 7 unit is spec’d up to give the smaller truck enough power and capability to move upwards of 60,000 pounds. This lowers the sticker price but [...]

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William Ballas, Sales and Business Development Manager at The American Road Machinery Company (A.R.M.) in Canton, OH, has recently been voted onto the Generation Next Board of Governors for the National Truck Equipment Association (NTEA). NTEA is the national association representing companies that manufacture, distribute, install, sell and repair commercial trucks, truck bodies, truck equipment, [...]

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Our open house is less than a month away! Come see the new facility, and enjoy lunch on us! Remember to register your party with the link at the top right corner of our site, located under contact. Open House Invitation [...]

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