FleetPride Acquires Truck Service Company Of Chattanooga, Tennessee

FleetPride Acquires Truck Service Co. Of Tennessee

Truck Service Co. has been in business since 1989.

FleetPride Inc. announced that it has acquired the assets of Truck Service Co. of Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Truck Service Co. has been in business since 1989, providing top-quality repair and service work for drivers and fleets in southern Tennessee and northern Georgia. Jerry Gamble founded Truck Service Co., and now his two sons, Rodney and James, manage the business.

The new service center will partner with the existing FleetPride parts location only a few blocks away to create a complete heavy-duty parts and service value proposition for customers, according to FleetPride.

“Rodney, James and the other new team members are going to be great additions as we welcome them into the FleetPride family,” said Mike Harris, FleetPride senior vice president of sales and operations. “Truck Service Company has a reputation for quality work and great customer service and this acquisition will help us enhance the customer experience with parts and service in the Chattanooga market. It all starts with great people; we feel very fortunate that Truck Service Company chose FleetPride to partner with moving forward.”

“We are very pleased to join FleetPride,” said Rodney Gamble. “We know our customers will appreciate having a total parts and service solution, backed by a strong and growing nationwide network.”

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