JM Eagle™ Improves
Customer Service with
Coast-to-Coast Trucks


Los Angeles- February 25, 2009 –JM Eagle is putting more pipe on the road even faster as it expands its fleet of Express Service Trucks nationwide.

Previously available through only the company’s five California plants, JM Eagle’s Express Service Trucks now expedite product from seven more plants across the country.  The plants are Meadville, Pa.; Adel, Ga.; McNary, Ore.; Tacoma, Wash.; Batchelor, La.; Tulsa, Okla.; and Wharton, Texas.  The five California plants are in Stockton, Fontana, Cameron Park, Visalia and Perris.

“JM Eagle began running its Express Service Trucks in September 2008 from the five plants in California with tremendous success,” says Rick Sheppler, JM Eagle director of sales, irrigation and plumbing.  “It made sense to bring the service to plants across the rest of the nation.”

JM Eagle’s Express Service Trucks make same-day deliveries within 200 miles of participating plants, special deliveries to extended locations, and automatic shipments on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.  Made exclusively by JM Eagle trucks, shipments are free with minimum quantities and are always dependable. 

Sheppler says when it comes serving customers both in a hurry and filling standing orders, JM Eagle has put the pedal to the metal.  Since JM Eagle put the trucks on the road in California, the fleet has made thousands of deliveries. 

“With the expansion of the Express Service Trucks,” says Sheppler, “JM Eagle is demonstrating that providing unparalleled service is the company’s highest goal.”

For a complete map of JM Eagle's plants that provide Express Truck Service, click here.

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About JM Eagle

With 23 manufacturing plants throughout North America, JM Eagle manufactures the widest array of high-grade,
high-performance polyvinyl chloride and high-density polyethylene pipe across a wide variety of industries and
applications including utility, solvent weld, electrical conduit, natural gas, irrigation and water/sewage. JM Eagle also has a history of supporting efforts to bring clean water to communities in developing countries around the world, and most recently partnered with the Earth Institute at Columbia University to develop water infrastructure systems in some of the poorest regions of Africa. To find out more, visit


For more information, please contact:
Marcus Galindo
310.693.8200 ext. 7415


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