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Rocky Mountain Parts Specialists Acquires Truman Parts

Rocky Mountain Parts Specialists acquired Truman Parts Company of Brigham City, UT, and after careful analysis of economic and market research data decided to relocate the business to Lindon, UT, south of Salt Lake City.

In the process, the company also expanded into a 20,000-square-foot facility with an enhanced inventory over $600,000.

Rocky Mountain Parts Specialists is a member of HDA Truck Pride and focuses on core product offerings, but also knows that consistent customer service from knowledgeable personnel are the key to growing a successful aftermarket commercial vehicle business.

Rocky Mountain has expanded its personnel with the addition of general manager Kerry Ross and sales manager Joel Memmott.

In their new facility, Rocky Mountain Parts Specialists is now able to diversify their product line matrix and expand their inventory coverage. They have made sweeping changes across all product lines and categories, including the addition of suspension parts, hydraulics, batteries and accessories to their product matrix.

The new location also includes an impressive 4,000 sq ft showroom to display all of their retail products and offer convenience to their many retail customers.

“We’re very pleased to have Rocky Mountain Parts Specialists in the HDA Truck Pride network,” said Tina Alread, Director of Sales and Marketing. “They have quickly proven their commitment to the independent aftermarket with the facility relocation and product category expansion. Having seasoned professionals like Kerry and Joel is also a beneficial enhancement to rapidly reseed the business. They are both knowledgeable about the industry and have developed long-time, solid relationships with customers, as well as vendors. We look forward to Rocky Mountain’s continued growth and success in the Rocky Mountain region.”
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