Betts Truck Parts & Service unveils new website

Dec. 12, 2014

Betts Truck Parts & Service, one of three divisions of the Betts Company, has launched a new website. The site, located at BettsTruckParts.com, features product information and available services.

Pull-down menus include information about shop services, truck parts, locations and special offers. In addition, visitors to the site can schedule an appointment at one of eight Betts Truck Parts & Service branches located in California, Oregon and Arizona.

“Betts Truck Parts & Service stocks a robust inventory of quality replacement parts manufactured by transportation industry leaders and provides experienced installation and repair services for all types of commercial vehicles,” said Don Devany, senior vice president, Betts Company, who helps lead Betts Truck Parts & Service. “Our new website helps tell that story to site visitors in a visually compelling manner.”

Also available on the site are tech tips and sign-up for the Betts Truck Parts & Service e-newsletter.

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