OEM Systems, LLC is recognized nationwide as a premier upfitter of truck equipment as well as being a full-line distributor of Reading Truck Bodies, CM Truck Beds and Rugby Dump Bodies. In addition, OEM Systems is one of the largest CNG conversion installers in North America. With over 100 combined years of industry experience, OEM Systems has provided ongoing truck equipment solutions to local customers, as well as small fleets, large fleets and Government organizations. Centrally located 35 minutes northwest of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma in Okarche, they are certified by the Oklahoma Department of Commerce as a Woman-Owned Business and a certified Small Business by the Small Business Administration (SBA). OEM Systems advantages include in-house design and engineering staff, fabrication facilities, paint facilities, and they have a Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) conversion system installation and distribution facility. They provide nationwide delivery systems which includes a network of professional equipment manufacturers and installers. They are able to dispose of used vehicles and have a wholesale take-off parts and truck equipment refurbishment. Their chassis procurement solutions include decal design, installation, paint and fabrication and engineering and CAD design. OEM Systems has been a Ford Motor Company QVM participant since August of 2012, earning Ford Motor Company’s certification in the Gaseous Fuel Qualified Vehicle Modifier (QVM) program. OEM Systems is also a MVP Member of the National Truck Equipment Association (NTEA). Attaining membership and certification from the NTEA organization demonstrates their commitment to the quality of work this industry demands.
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