Stapps’ Truck Center Joins Power Heavy Duty

Stapps’ Truck Center Joins Power Heavy Duty 

The company was founded in 1999 and moved to its current 12,500-square-foot facility in 2007.

Power Heavy Duty recently welcomed Stapps’ Truck Center as one of the newest distributors to join its network.

With the Russell Springs, Kentucky, company approaching its 25th anniversary, Stapps’ Truck Center continues to provide complete service and parts support for trucks and trailers across all market segments in its region.

The business also continues to support the community. Owned and operated by twin brothers, Troy Stapp, parts manager, and Trent Stapp, shop supervisor, the Stapps’ Truck Center team is active helping the town through volunteering and contributing to local organizations.

“Stapps’ Truck Center works hard to make and keep strong connections with our customers and community,” Troy Stapp said. “We believe in helping and going the extra mile to get a truck back up and running so the customer can get back to their livelihood.”

When it comes to the trucking industry, the first-generation company provides support as a full-line parts distributor with 2,500 square feet of warehousing and two delivery vehicles. On the repair side, Stapps operates seven bays and has in-house hydraulic-hose fabrication and flywheel-resurfacing services.

The company was founded in 1999 and moved to its current 12,500-square-foot facility in 2007.

“The Power Heavy Duty network thrives on members like Stapps’ Truck Center, and we welcome them to our organization,” said Jim Pennig, vice president of business development for the VIPAR Heavy Duty Family of Companies. “The Stapp brothers have built a very successful aftermarket business by focusing on customer needs, and they have established a great reputation with the people of Russell Springs through their many contributions to the community.”

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