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Inland Truck Parts Expands to San Antonio

May 23, 2017

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Image via Inland Truck Parts

Inland Truck Parts & Service has expanded its presence in Texas with the recent acquisition of Complete Gear Services in San Antonio.

The new location will be Inland’s sixth in the state, joining stores in Irving, Fort Worth, Denton, Austin, and Lubbock.  Inland Truck Parts & Service has 31 locations in Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas, and Wyoming.

"This acquisition expands our footprint farther south in Texas and allows us to gain direct access to the busy I-10 corridor," said Greg Klein, president and CEO of Inland. "It also allows us to add a location with more than 25 years of local experience and hands-on expertise."

Complete Gear has served the San Antonio market since 1993, offering parts and service in the ready-mix industry. Inland is currently in the process of acquiring land to build a brand-new facility to expand the store’s capacity and capabilities.

"We're excited to introduce Inland to San Antonio," said Oscar Melendez, general manager. "The culture of employee ownership is great for taking care of customers. And Inland's track record for investing in new facilities, tools and training will continue to make us even better at what we do."

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