Inland Truck Parts Opens 2 Expanded Facilities in Oklahoma City

Inland Truck Parts Opens 2 Expanded Facilities in Oklahoma City

The company currently has more than 850 employees in 39 locations spanning the Great Plains, including its two Oklahoma City stores.

Inland Truck Parts & Service recently announced the opening of two expanded locations in the Oklahoma City area.

The new Oklahoma City West location opened in March, consolidating the previously separate parts and service facilities under one roof. The 58,000-square-foot facility can accommodate a large inventory of reman transmissions and differentials, 18 service bays and a wide variety of additional parts and shop services, according to the company.

The Oklahoma City East store moved to its new location in September 2018. The facility now includes an expanded parts department to complement its 15,000-square-foot repair facility. With 12 service bays, the location has ample space for a full range of maintenance, installation and diagnostics, the company noted. 

“We are extremely excited to grow our parts and service offerings in Oklahoma City,” said Greg Klein, president of Inland Truck Parts & Service. “Convenience matters for our customers, and providing a wide variety of both parts and service offerings at each location is just one of the many ways we can deliver a better experience.”

The company currently has more than 850 employees in 39 locations spanning the Great Plains, including its two Oklahoma City stores.

“We’ve been servicing the heavy-duty truck industry for 75 years now,” Klein said. “That longevity stems from steady investments in our facilities, equipment, technology, training and, most importantly, our employee-owners.”

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