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HK Truck Center’s Health and Safety First Amidst Coronavirus (COVID-19)

The health and safety of our customers and staff is our highest priority. Due to the evolving spread of COVID-19, we have updated our business practices to further comply with CDC’s social distancing protocol. As an essential business, H.K. Truck Services Inc. South Plainfield and Parsippany locations are both open and operating under normal business hours. We...

The Gift of Unexpected Time

“Every cloud has a silver lining” as the saying goes. The coronavirus pandemic has cast a dark cloud over just about everything we see and hear today and I don’t wish to trivialize the toll it’s taken on people’s lives including sickness, death, financial distress and widespread fear. These are certainly consequences of this hideous disease...

Hino Stretches Into New Markets with Upgraded, Extended Equipment Offerings

In the middle of the Hino Trucks booth at the North American Commercial Vehicle (NACV) Show sit several of the industry’s most unique offerings: the Hino XL and L Series extended and crew cab con gurations. They’re beefy vocational haulers built for productivity and driver comfort. The rollout of Hino’s new XL Series provided the platform...

Service Advisor – POSITION NOW AVAILABLE

H.K. Truck Center is a certified Hino and Mitsubishi Fuso truck dealership providing clients with expert sales personnel, quality-conscious maintenance and repair service, a huge inventory of parts, convenient rental services and a high standard of workmanship. Established in 1982, H.K. Truck Center has earned a reputation for its excellence in both customer service and client relationships....

A Major Barrier for Electric Trucks – A Lack of Charging Stations

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]By 2030, 25% of the global vehicle market will be electric. But will the infrastructure be there to provide the necessary “fuel.” Just last week, I posted an IdeaXchange blog discussing the different truck technologies that are due to disrupt the industry over the next decade. The statistic stated above was provided by Ken Davis, founder of Greentree Advisors,...