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Related Party Transactions and Outside Related Director Information

Wabash National Corporation (WNC)

4/17/2006 Proxy Information

No related party transactions or special transactions reported for this company. Director relationships marked "Outside Related" at this firm will most often be former executives of the company. Additional information regarding these relationships will be added during our regular updates.

4/8/2005 Proxy Information

In July 2001, the Corporation entered into a three-year consulting and non-compete agreement with Donald J. Ehrlich, former President and Chief Executive Officer of the Corporation. At the time the agreement was executed, Mr. Ehrlich was a Director of the Corporation. The agreement provides for Mr. Ehrlich to provide certain consulting services to the Corporation and precludes Mr. Ehrlich from engaging in defined activities that are deemed competitive to the interests of the Corporation. The agreement provides for payments to Mr. Ehrlich for consulting services rendered to the Corporation of $50,000 per month during the first year of the agreement term, $41,667 per month during the second year of the agreement term, and $33,333 per month during the third year of the agreement term. Mr. Ehrlich is the brother of Rodney P. Ehrlich, an executive officer of the Corporation.

4/13/2004 Proxy Information

In July 2001, the Corporation entered into a three-year consulting and non-compete agreement with Donald J. Ehrlich, former President and Chief Executive Officer of the Corporation. At the time the agreement was executed, Mr. Ehrlich was a director of the Corporation. The agreement provides for Mr. Ehrlich to provide certain consulting services to the Corporation and precludes Mr. Ehrlich from engaging in defined activities that are deemed competitive to the interests of the Corporation. The agreement provides for payments to Mr. Ehrlich for consulting services rendered to the Corporation of $50,000 per month during the first year of the agreement term, $41,667 per month during the second year of the agreement term, and $33,333 per month during the third year of the agreement term. Mr. Ehrlich is the brother of Rodney P. Ehrlich, an executive officer of the Corporation.

In April 2002, the Corporation entered into an employment contract with William P. Greubel in connection with Mr. Greubel's employment as Chief Executive Officer and President of Wabash National Corporation beginning in May 2002, and in June 2002, the Corporation entered into an employment contract with Richard J. Giromini in connection with Mr. Giromini's employment as Chief Operating Officer of Wabash National Corporation beginning in July 2002. Mr. Greubel was formerly a Director and Chief Executive Officer of Accuride Corporation, a manufacturer and supplier of wheels for medium and heavy-duty trucks and trailers, and Mr. Giromini was formerly its Senior Vice President/Technology and Continuous Improvement. During 2003, the Corporation purchased certain products from Accuride Corporation for $13.7 million, and the Corporation expects to make additional purchases during 2004. All purchases made during 2003 were on an arm's-length basis, and the Corporation expects that future purchases will be made on an arm's-length basis.

In September 2002, the Corporation entered into a sixteen-month consulting and non-compete agreement with Charles Ehrlich, former Vice President of Operations of the Corporation. Mr. Charles Ehrlich is the brother of Donald J. Ehrlich, former President, Chief Executive Officer and Director, and the brother of Rodney Ehrlich. The agreement provides for Mr. Ehrlich to provide certain consulting services to the Corporation and precludes Mr. Ehrlich from engaging in defined activities that are deemed competitive to the interests of the Corporation. The agreement provides for payments to Mr. Ehrlich for consulting services rendered to the Corporation of $21,243 per month during the first four months of the agreement term, and $21,730 per month during the remaining twelve months of the agreement term. The Corporation has no remaining payment obligations pursuant to the agreement.

4/29/2003 Proxy Information

In July 2001, the Corporation entered into a three-year consulting and non-compete agreement with Donald J. Ehrlich, former President and Chief Executive Officer of the Corporation. At the time the agreement was executed, Mr. Ehrlich was a director of the Corporation. The agreement provides for Mr. Ehrlich to provide certain consulting services to the Corporation and precludesMr. Ehrlich from engaging in defined activities which are deemed competitive to the interests of the Corporation. The agreement provides for payments to Mr. Ehrlich for consulting services rendered to the Corporation of $50,000 per month during the first year of the agreement term, $41,667 per month during the second year of the agreement term, and $33,333 per month during the third year of the agreement term.

In April 2002, the Corporation entered into an employment contract with William P. Greubel in connection with Mr. Greubel's employment as Chief Executive Officer and President of Wabash National Corporation beginning in May, 2002. Mr. Greubel was formerly a Director and Chief Executive Officer of Accuride Corporation, a manufacturer and supplier of wheels for medium and heavy-duty trucks and trailers. During 2002, the Corporation purchased certain products from Accuride Corporation, and the Corporation expects to make additional purchases during 2003. All purchases made during 2002 were on an arm's-length basis, and the Corporation expects that future purchases will be made on an arm's-length basis.

In June 2002, the Corporation entered into an employment contract with Richard J. Giromini in connection with Mr. Giromini's employment as Chief Operating Officer of Wabash National Corporation beginning in July, 2002. Mr. Giromini was formerly Senior Vice President/Technology and Continuous Improvement of Accuride Corporation, a manufacturer and supplier of wheels for medium and heavy-duty trucks and trailers. During 2002, the Corporation purchased certain products from Accuride Corporation, and the Corporation expects to make additional purchases during 2003. All purchases made during 2002 were on an arm's-length basis, and the Corporation expects that future purchases will be made on an arm's-length basis.

In September 2002, the Corporation entered into a sixteen month consulting and non-compete agreement with Charles Ehrlich, former Vice President of Operations of the Corporation. Mr. Charles Ehrlich is the brother of Donald J. Ehrlich, former President, Chief Executive Officer and Director. The agreement provides for Mr. Ehrlich to provide certain consulting services to the Corporation and precludes Mr. Ehrlich from engaging in defined activities which are deemed competitive to the interests of the Corporation. The agreement provides for payments to Mr. Ehrlich for consulting services rendered to the Corporation of $21,243 per month during the first four months of the agreement term, and $21,730 per month during the remaining twelve months of the agreement term.