Inland Truck Parts & Service Expands in Lubbock

Inland Truck Parts & Service Expands in Lubbock

Inland draws from a vast parts inventory covering everything from light-, medium- and heavy-duty trucks to SUVs and 4x4s.


LUBBOCK, Texas – Inland Truck Parts & Service has opened a new 31,000-square-foot facility in Lubbock, Texas, offering more of what Inland has become known for. The doors opened Jan. 26.

“We’ve always been committed to providing high-quality parts and superior service,” said Inland General Manager Doug McClure. “This move allows us to employ all of our new diagnostics, tooling and technology. We’re now serving the Lubbock area better than ever before.”

Inland draws from a vast parts inventory covering everything from light-, medium- and heavy-duty trucks to SUVs and 4x4s. The company prides itself on fast, professional, on-the-truck service, ranging from diagnostics to repairs. In addition, Inland says it “sets the industry standard” for remanufactured transmissions, drivelines, clutches and more. An in-house component shop and on-site reman facility guarantees quality control and quick turnaround, according to Service Manager Kerry Ogerly.

“Our service shop improvements alone were worth the move,” said Ogerly. “With 16 service bays, we’re able to handle our customers’ vehicles even more efficiently.”

The new address for Inland Truck Parts and Service in Lubbock is 109 East Slaton Road. Parts and service hours remain the same: 8 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. weekdays and 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. on Saturday.

Established in 1944, Inland Truck Parts is celebrating its 71st year of industry-leading performance at 28 locations in Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas and Wyoming. As a 100 percent employee-owned company, Inland emphasizes responsive customer service and local decision-making.

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