Wabash National Corp. on July 31 reported net income of $30.96 million in the second quarter, down 2.9% from $31.9 million in the same period of 2018.
Supreme, a Wabash National company, said it added Gruau refrigerated inserts to its upfit solutions for cargo vans.July 12, 2019
Wabash National Corp. announced it will expand its use of advanced materials and grow its diversified and final-mile segments to counter the expected industry slowdown in demand for dry vans.March 6, 2019
Trailer maker Wabash National Corp. reported revenue increased in the fourth quarter and set an all-time record for the full year, annual shipments were at near-record volumes, but net income dropped in both periods.January 30, 2019
Meritor Inc. announced products that have been selected as standard position as well as preferred options on all Wabash National Corp. dry and refrigerated van trailer products. Meritor has been a supplier to Wabash for 30 years.December 10, 2018
Trailer maker Wabash National Corp. reported second-quarter revenue hit an all-time high as net income jumped 39%.August 1, 2018
Trailer maker Wabash National Corp. named Brent Yeagy its president and CEO, succeeding Richard Giromini.
Diversified trailer manufacturer Wabash National Corp. reported gains in fourth-quarter revenue and net income, but had a “reset” for the full-year as both indicators dipped.January 30, 2018
Wabash National Corp. CEO Dick Giromini will step down June 1 and be succeeded by President and Chief Operating Officer Brent Yeagy, one of several announcements made by the Lafayette, Ind., trailer manufacturer Dec. 15.