Inland Truck Parts Company Promotes Greg Klein to President

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Executive change promises continued growth and success of longstanding industry leader.

Greg Klein, President, Inland Truck Parts Company

Greg Klein has been promoted to president of Inland Truck Parts Company.

As president, there is no doubt that [Greg's] continued dedication and commitment to our stakeholders will only make Inland stronger.

Inland Truck Parts Company, an independent leader in parts distribution and full-service truck repair, today announced the promotion of Greg Klein to president effective January 1, 2015. Dave Scheer will remain chief executive officer. Klein will be responsible for Inland's strategic execution and will lead the company's operations. A seasoned executive, he joined Inland as chief financial officer in 1995 and was promoted to vice president in 2008. Both Scheer and Klein are longtime members of Inland's Board of Directors.

"Greg knows Inland extremely well. His long tenure on our leadership team has more than prepared him for this promotion," said Scheer. "As president, there is no doubt that his continued dedication and commitment to our stakeholders will only make Inland stronger."

Klein will take the reins of a very healthy company that saw remarkable growth and success over the last two decades, as it expanded to keep pace with market demands, especially in the truck repair and service sectors. Along with skillful leadership, a large measure of Inland's success is attributable to being employee-owned and Inland projects it will continue on this positive trajectory under Klein's direction.

"Ownership here is 100% in the hands of our employees," Scheer explained. "The president has a responsibility to ensure that each of our employee-owners is a top priority. After all, they are the ones who make things happen. No one understands that better than Greg."

In addition to his role at Inland, Klein is the immediate past chairman of the Employee-Owned S Corporations of America (ESCA), where he works locally and in the nation's capital to educate lawmakers on the importance and positive effects of employee ownership.

"Inland is a very special company, one that I've been lucky enough to be a part of for over 40 years," said Scheer. "I'm certain that promoting Greg to president is the right move to continue our success."

Established in 1944, Inland Truck Parts Company is celebrating its 70th year of industry-leading performance at 28 locations in Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas and Wyoming.

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