At Wil-Ro, it’s not a job –  it’s a passion for crafting the best truck bodies while leading a premier brand. Our dedication is our pride, and we don’t stop working until everyone achieves success. We know our differences are our strengths, and we are confident that you’ll appreciate our brand once you’ve met our team.

Jake Reveal, Plasma Table Technician at Wil-Ro, Inc.

Jake Reveal


Plasma Table Technician

What makes Wil-Ro different?

Wil-Ro allows me to follow through with new ideas and gives me opportunity to grow.

What Wil-Ro Core Value resonates most with you?

Live passionately. I don’t believe in doing something you don’t enjoy. I found passion in what I do here at Wil-Ro, and most of the time, it doesn’t feel like work.

Hunter Templeton, Painter & Body Technician at Wil-Ro, Inc.

Hunter Templeton


Components Welder

What is your favorite Wil-Ro body and why?

The skirted body is my favorite because of the design and all the parts really make it stand out!

What makes Wil-Ro a great place to work?

Wil-Ro has outstanding people that work alongside one another every day. To the people at Wil-Ro, it’s not all about the profit, it’s about partnership and great attitudes. These are a couple of the many reasons that motivate me every day to come to Wil-Ro.

Randy Kirkham, Install Technician at Wil-Ro, Inc.

Randy Kirkham


Install Technician

What is the most impressive thing you know how to do?

Remember the wiring codes on trucks 20 years old to present.

Favorite childhood memory?

Getting to go to the cattle auction with my father.



Adam Davis, Painter/Body Technician at Wil-Ro, Inc.

Adam Davis


Painter/Body Technician

How long have you been painting?

I’ve been painting for 12 years. After I graduated Nashville Auto Diesel College, I got a job painting at a small dealership and haven’t stopped since.

Who is your source of inspiration? Why?

My kids are my inspiration. I enjoy getting to show them all the vehicles, signs and now truck beds I’ve painted over the years.

Peyton Griggs, Fabricator at Wil-Ro, Inc.

Peyton Griggs



How did you get into welding?

I got into welding by being around farms and shops all my life. I’ve always loved building and fixing stuff, so welding was kind of my way of being creative.

What is one of your biggest goals in life?

One of my biggest goals in life would definitely be to become an entrepreneur and own my own shop one day. I would love to be able to build anything I want. Another goal I have is to be able to help others that are like me get into welding or other trades and help promote blue collar jobs.

Derek Dies, Material Handler at Wil-Ro, Inc.

Derek Dies


Material Handler

What do you love about your job?

I love being outside, driving the forklift, and being able to interact with new people daily.

What is one of your favorite memories at Wil-Ro?

One of my favorite memories is getting employee of the month my 3rd month here. I also enjoy getting to talk and joke around with big Jim on the daily!



Wil-Ro’s team members are skilled and proud of it. We’re eager to use our expertise in providing value and impact for customers as well as our community and colleagues. Just like our truck bodies, we’re dependable, steady, and we don’t give up. Sounds like you? Apply today for a position on our team.

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