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Fleetrite employees chat at a parts store location.

Navistar’s Fleetrite parts brand grows retail locations to 31

April 14, 2022
OEM also announces extended product lines and partnerships with International, IC Bus dealers.

Navistar's all-makes and models aftermarket truck and bus parts brand, Fleetrite, has expanded its retail footprint to 31 locations through partnerships with Navistar’s International truck and IC Bus dealer networks, according to an April 13 release from Navistar.

The latest Fleetrite Truck Parts locations include: Kyrish Truck Centers in seven locations in Texas, Austin, Bryan, Houston, Pharr, San Antonio, Temple, and Victoria; Dawson International Truck Centres in two British Columbia locations, Kamloops and Vernon; two International Rive Nord locations in Quebec, Dorvel and Laval; an Arkel Motors location in in New Windsor, New York; and a Summit Truck Group outlet in Taber, Alberta.

“We are really excited to be a part of Fleetrite,” said Duane Kyrish, president of Kyrish Truck Center. “It is a great opportunity for us to better serve new customers in our market more efficiently. As prices keep rising, Fleetrite has given our team the opportunity to offer superior value by providing high-quality, cost-competitive parts."

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Navistar announced it has exceeded its goal of 20 store openings in 2021 and is on track to have 50 Fleetrite locations up and running by 2025.

“Being front and center for our customers with over 100 product lines that cover around 90% of all vehicles on the road is vital to aiding in sufficient uptime,” said Chintan Sopariwala, Navistar’s group vice president for parts.

Fleetrite also has 16 new product launches planned for 2022, including an expanded selection of radiators, grilles, and bumpers.

“When visiting a Fleetrite location, customers can see the true breadth of product options available,” Sopariwala added. “We are steadfast in opening additional retail locations in collaboration with our dealers to provide customers with better access to parts they need, regardless of where they are.”

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