Full-Service Truck Repair and Maintenance Comes to Inland Truck Parts in Tulsa

After years of serving the truck parts needs of the Tulsa community, Inland has acquired a second location to provide full-service truck repair and maintenance. The new service shop, formerly Midwest Diesel, is located at 300 North Hickory Avenue in Broken Arrow.

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After years of serving the truck parts needs of the Tulsa community, Inland has acquired a second location to provide full-service truck repair and maintenance. Inland's new service shop is located at 300 North Hickory Avenue in Broken Arrow.

Inland's new service shop is located at 300 North Hickory Avenue in Broken Arrow.

This will be a real benefit to our customers," said Inland Service Manager John Kaiser, former owner of Midwest Diesel. "Inland is 100% employee-owned, so we're 100% committed to delivering the fast, high-quality service our customers deserve.

TULSA, Okla. (PRWEB) October 22, 2013

Inland has expanded its presence in the Tulsa area. After years of serving the truck parts needs of the local community at 5454 South 108th East Avenue, Inland has acquired a second location to provide full-service truck repair and maintenance. The new service shop, formerly Midwest Diesel, shares the schedule of the parts store: open weekdays from 7:30 to 5:30 and Saturday from 8:00 to 4:30. It's located at 300 North Hickory Avenue in Broken Arrow.

"We're now able to serve the Tulsa area with a complete range of services, in addition to the comprehensive parts inventory we've always offered," said Inland General Manager Jay Oney. "And we're not finished yet. In late 2014, we plan to consolidate everything under one roof for even more customer convenience."

The new Inland service capability covers everything from light-, medium- and heavy-duty trucks to SUVs and 4x4s. The addition of fast, professional on-the-truck service now provides customers everything from diagnostics to extensive repairs. Inland also sets the industry standard for rebuilt and remanufactured transmissions, drivelines, clutches and more. An in-house gear shop and on-site reman facility guarantees quality control and quick turnaround.

"This will be a real benefit to our customers," said Inland Service Manager John Kaiser, former owner of Midwest Diesel. "Inland is 100% employee-owned, so we're 100% committed to delivering the fast, high-quality service our customers deserve."

Established in 1944, Inland Truck Parts Company is an employee-owned organization specializing in truck parts, remanufacturing and service. Inland offers parts and shop services at 28 locations in Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas and Wyoming. Full-service truck repair and maintenance, as well as Pro-Guardian® Breakdown Prevention, is currently offered at 24 Inland Truck Parts & Service locations. For more information, visit http://www.inlandtruck.com.


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