FleetPride Announces Supplier Agreement With TRW Reman Steering Gears

FleetPride Inks Agreement With TRW Reman Steering Gears

The partnership officially launched on June 1.

FleetPride, the nation’s largest independent distributor of aftermarket heavy-duty truck and trailer parts, announced a partnership with TRW remanufactured steering gears from ZF.

The partnership officially launched on June 1. 

As a result of the partnership, and to continue providing superior customer service, FleetPride now will stock TRW remanufactured steering gears in all five of its distribution centers as well as have a customized assortment readily available at its nationwide branch locations. 

“This partnership with TRW puts FleetPride in the unique position to offer our customers the highest-quality remanufactured steering gears quickly and consistently,” said Terri Roseman, vice president of category management for FleetPride. “Now stocking in all our 280 locations, we have the quality steering gears that our aftermarket customers need to keep their trucks out of the shop and on the road.”

This also is a long-term plan for TRW to provide remanufactured steering gears, along with its 18-month warranty, for all makes and models, according to the company.

“TRW is pleased to announce a new preferred-supplier agreement with FleetPride for our TRW remanufactured steering gears,” said Tom Otter, head of sales commercial steering aftermarket of ZF. “We have enjoyed a long relationship with FleetPride, and with this new agreement, we will expand our product and market position in FleetPride’s vast network. We are proud to be affiliated with the industry leader and look forward to our new program launch in the coming weeks. TRW remanufactured steering gears offer exceptional quality and market coverage to FleetPride and its customers.”

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