FleetPride Acquires All Pro Truck & Trailer of Rockford, Illinois

FleetPride Acquires All Pro Truck & Trailer of Rockford

All Pro was founded by Brian Hicks in 2000 and offers repair services for customers throughout northern Illinois and southern Wisconsin.

FleetPride Inc. announced that it has acquired the assets of All Pro Truck & Trailer of Rockford, Illinois.

All Pro was founded by Brian Hicks in 2000 and offers repair services for customers throughout northern Illinois and southern Wisconsin with 16 service bays, plus onsite, towing and roadside services. “All Pro Truck and Trailer will make a great addition to FleetPride and will strengthen our ability to provide end-to-end solutions to our customers in the Rockford and surrounding markets,” said Mike Harris, FleetPride senior vice president sales and operations. “Brian Hicks and his talented team have built a strong reputation. We are very excited to be a part of their future growth and to officially welcome our new team members to FleetPride.”

“I am excited about this move,” Hicks added. “It will take All Pro to the next level of quality service and support for our customers. It also empowers our employees to grow, strive, and be a part of a new team. I am looking forward to joining FleetPride and continuing our success.”

FleetPride will operate the All Pro location as a standalone FleetPride Service Center. Along with the recent acquisition of the former TransAm Truck and Trailer Parts, FleetPride now has two locations in Rockford to provide complete parts and service to keep customers’ trucks on the road.

FleetPride continues to grow its national parts and service operations. If you are interested in learning more about how to become part of the FleetPride network, contact Jeff Crosson, FleetPride vice president of mergers and acquisitions, at [email protected].

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