Tidewater Fleet Supply/TNT Parts Acquires D&J Supply

Tidewater Fleet Supply/TNT Parts Acquires D&J Supply

Both companies are part of the VIPAR Heavy Duty distribution network.

TNT Parts announced that it has added Lithonia, Georgia-based D&J Supply Inc. to its team through an acquisition.

As a family-owned/-operated business for more than 45 years in east Atlanta, D&J brings a wealth of knowledge in the aftermarket heavy-duty truck-parts industry combined with a talented team delivering exceptional customer service.

“We are thrilled to have a company of the quality of D&J join TNT Parts,” said Dale Herold, CEO of Tidewater Fleet Supply/TNT Parts. “Our continued goal is to be the customer’s first choice as the best provider for their heavy-duty truck and trailer and equipment parts needs. We are committed to exploring new ways to better serve our customers today and in the future. Partnering with D&J allows us to increase the number of customers we can reach and also positions us to take care of their other aftermarket parts needs.”  

In a press release, Jeff Schubach and Dan Schubach, presidents of D&J Supply Inc., said: “We chose to join Tidewater Fleet Supply/TNT Parts because of their company culture. How they care for their employees and how they care for their customers was a perfect fit for us.”

D&J Supply joining TNT Parts brings together two highly rated, honest and reputable local companies that care, and are perfectly positioned to support the needs of truck fleets and individual operators and repair shops in the Atlanta metro area, TNT added. Both companies are, and remain, part of VIPAR Heavy Duty, North America’s leading network of independent aftermarket truck-parts distributors.

Hart Marx Advisors facilitated the acquisition. The financial terms of the purchase were not disclosed.

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