Johnson & Towers sells and services diesel engines, transmissions and related components, parts and accessories for equipment serving various On Highway and Off Highway markets. Those markets include medium and heavy-duty trucks, buses and coaches, fire and emergency vehicles, Standby Generator systems, marine propulsion and support equipment (commercial and pleasure-craft), and construction and industrial equipment.
As an authorized distributor for products and parts manufactured, sold and warranted by Detroit Diesel®, Allison Transmission®, and MTU®, Johnson & Towers is able to provide the end-users of those leading brands with premier service, up-to-date technical support and genuine parts for the represented products used in their vehicles, vessels and equipment. With three service locations in Mt. Laurel NJ, Egg Harbor NJ, and Baltimore MD, we serve a wide range of customers directly and indirectly through a network of authorized dealers.
Our customers include: trucking companies, municipalities, transit authorities, bus companies, owner operators, ferry and commercial vessel operators, pleasure-craft owners, financial institutions, hospitals, and many others. We stand by our company slogan “PROVING YOUR NEEDS COME FIRST.” That includes serving the needs of our employees as well as our customers while making significant contributions to the communities in which we work.
We continue to grow the footprint of our business as we expand into Fleet Maintenance Services and provide a wide range of service options that include on-site PMs and even the management of captive shops at a customer’s location. As products become more sophisticated, as with the hybrid transit buses, our level of expertise rises to match the new technology. Johnson & Towers prides itself on being a competitive provider of consistent value to customers of all sizes while distinguishing ourselves on the more sophisticated projects that are beyond the capabilities of most vendors.
Leading Team Viking was Mount Laurel, New Jersey’s David Johnson aboard his JT which tallied 300 points thanks to a blue marlin released by his son Tanner Johnson.