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Another Prominent Milestone Awarded to JX

JX Truck Center was the number one selling Peterbilt Dealer Group for the National Joint Powers Alliance in 2017.

JX Truck Center, a Peterbilt truck dealer with 20 locations throughout the Midwest, joined the National Joint Powers Alliance (NJPA) in the Summer of 2017 as a mutual partnership. The partnership gives municipalities and not-for-profit organizations the benefit of purchasing Peterbilt equipment without undergoing a traditional bidding process. The program also enables vendors to purchase trucks directly from dealer stock at pre-negotiated prices.

As a participating dealer, JX Truck Center offers a simplified purchasing process for NJPA members – embodied by municipalities and not-for-profit organizations nationwide. Not only do members avoid the traditional bidding process, but also avert additional fees associated with conventional buying.

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About the Prestigious Partnership Program

NJPA holds more than 200 vendor contracts, all of which are negotiated at the OEM level. All contracts operate under laws which allow two entities to work together to develop mutual purchasing agreements. These agreements give local municipalities and organizations the opportunity to avoid multiple bids. This allows NJPA members to save time and money, so entities can focus more on their services.

About the National Joint Powers Alliance

Established in 1978, The National Joint Powers Alliance (NJPA) is a public agency that cultivates a business and service relationship alliance between buyers and suppliers. NJPA maintains more than $2 billion in annual contracts as well as over 50,000 members that benefit from time and money savings through the agency’s efforts to consolidate solicitations into one cooperative process. While membership is free and without obligation, it is limited to municipalities and not-for-profit agencies. For more information, visit