Inland Truck Parts opens North Dakota facility

July 12, 2013

Inland Truck Parts has opened a new facility in Fargo, ND. The facility is the 28th in the company’s network across the Midwest.

“From parts counter personnel to technicians, we’re staffed with experienced pros who deliver best-in-class service,” said Duane Parke, general manager. “And of course, we’re also fully equipped with state-of-the-art equipment.”

In addition to in-house remanufacturing, driveline and component shops that provide quality control and quick turnaround, special emphasis was given to including a complete fluid power/hydraulics shop at the new location, the company said. Testing and repairs are available for hydraulic cylinders, pumps, valves, motors and more.

The Fargo facility, located just off exit 62 on I-29, covers 60,000 sq. ft. in two buildings, with a total of nine drive-in service bays.

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