Alliance Parts Creates ‘One-Stop Solution’ with New Retail Stores, Value Product Lines

Alliance Parts Creates ‘One-Stop Solution’ with New Retail Stores, Value Product Lines

“The growing parts portfolio, increasing retail footprint and ability to deliver parts in 24 hours or less will benefit customer uptime,” Daimler Trucks North America said.

Alliance Parts recently has opened 13 new retail stores in North America and has added more than 11 new value product lines to its portfolio.

The moves fulfill Daimler Trucks North America’s “vision of a one-stop solution, providing exceptional customer experiences and parts to customers when and where they need them,” according to the company.  

“The growing parts portfolio, increasing retail footprint and ability to deliver parts in 24 hours or less will benefit customer uptime,” Daimler Trucks North America added in a news release.

The addition of the new parts – which include items ranging from diesel-exhaust-fluid (DEF) filters and air-brake compressors to slack adjustors – “broadens an already expansive portfolio of products available at dealerships, as well as standalone Alliance Parts retail locations,” according to the company.

Alliance Parts has opened 13 new standalone retail stores in North America – in locations such as Hartford, Connecticut, and St. Cloud, Minnesota – and has expanded retail areas at 22 different dealerships.

“We set aggressive goals to expand our retail footprint and value-based product offerings to meet our long-term objective of creating superior experiences that will help our customers get back on the road,” said Brad Williamson, director, Alliance Parts and Detroit Reman marketing & sales. “We’re proud of the strides we’ve already made with our new products and retail locations, and we’re continuing our push to be the customers’ first choice for value parts.”

Go to www.AllianceParts.com for a complete list of Alliance Parts locations and available products.

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