HDA Truck Pride Increases Georgia Presence With Truck Parts Warehouse

HDA Truck Pride Increases Georgia Presence With Truck Parts Warehouse

Truck Parts Warehouse has been servicing the heavy-duty market for more than 35 years.

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ST. LOUIS, Mo.  — Truck Parts Warehouse, a family owned aftermarket business has joined HDA Truck Pride. Located in Gainesville, Ga., Truck Parts Warehouse has been servicing the heavy-duty market for more than 35 years.

The company was founded in 1978 by William (Bill) Slack III, and continues to have a strong, dynamic presence in Northeastern Georgia. Truck Parts Warehouse, along with its sister company, Slack Auto Parts, is owned and operated today by William (Henry) Slack IV. Truck Parts Warehouse is in a growth mode primed for opportunities to enhance their business. The partnership with HDA Truck Pride will allow them to respond to the increasing demand for commercial vehicle parts in their marketplace.

“Truck Parts Warehouse is a welcomed addition to HDA Truck Pride’s network. We’re excited to see the growth and development that the Slack Family and their team have created. The implementation of product category management is one of their keys to success and has helped them focus their efforts and drive expertise in key areas. We look forward to their continued growth through these efforts and the onset of new product expansions,” states Don Reimondo, president and CEO of HDA Truck Pride.

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