The Peak Wrecker team: (from left) Randy Olson, Curtis Sanchez and Jim Paules.
Peak Trailer Group has formed Peak Wrecker LLC, which provides Miller Industries towing bodies and towing equipment fabrication, installation and service in south Texas. Formed on October 24, 2018, Peak Wrecker supports the Vulcan, Century and Holmes product lines and all makes of used wreckers. Peak Wrecker also carries Trail-Eze trailers.
Selling and servicing the equipment from their San Antonio, Texas, facility are:
- Jim Paules, general manager for Peak Trailer and Peak Wrecker in San Antonio, who has a history with Miller Industries, after working at commercial truck dealerships for over 20 years. Prior to joining Peak in November 2017, Jim was the general manager for a large Miller distributor in the U.S.
- Randy Olson, sales manager for new and used wreckers, who worked for Miller Industries for 27 years as national sales manager, then vice president of marketing. After leaving Miller Industries, Olson managed the operations of a towing distributorship for one and a half years. He serves on the Towing and Recovery Association of America Education Foundation and was inducted into the International Towing and Recovery Hall of Fame.
- Curtis Sanchez, wrecker parts sales, who has been selling wrecker parts for over 30 years. He worked for two towing equipment companies, then for Miller Industries from August 1995 to August 2003. While at Miller, Curtis designed their accessory department. His career then took him to various towing and parts companies. Curtis has experience installing towing equipment and bodies, rewiring, welding and purchasing parts and bodies.
Along with installers and other service personnel, Peak Wrecker provides aftermarket service and support of new and used equipment.
“We are extremely excited about the formation of Peak Wrecker and our ability to sell and service wreckers from Miller Industries,” said Bobby Briggs, Peak Group president. “The addition of wreckers is a great fit for Peak, and allows us to offer our customers a full line of products from one of the most trusted manufacturers in the wrecker industry.”
Peak Wrecker is in the process of stocking its San Antonio location to serve south/central Texas with 46 bays and awnings, two paint booths and a truck equipment manufacturing department. They have the capacity to house up to 90 trucks, including car carriers, light-duty and heavy-duty tow trucks, rotators and heavy haul trailers and a large inventory of parts.
Phone 800-638-9603 or visit www.peakwrecker.com.