Inland Truck Parts and Service recently entered the full-service truck repair business in Grand Junction CO with the acquisition of Fast & Easy Services, a long-time independent service provider in the marketplace.
Inland said it relocated to the new facility earlier this year in order to expand and upgrade the component shop, and create the capacity for the addition of a truck repair business. The new driveline and component shops offer multiple services, including on-site repair and remanufacturing of transmissions and differentials, drivelines, PTO and hydraulics and suspension. All services are in-house to expedite turnaround times and control quality. The new location features 14 service bays that complement the component shop and broad parts offering.
“We’re excited to build on the existing part and component shop offerings in Grand Junction,” said Greg Klein, president of ITP. “Inland’s employee-owned, value-added approach means we’re always ready to meet our customer needs with comprehensive service and an impressive parts inventory.”
The newly acquired service shop is well-equipped with the latest hardware and software for advanced diagnostics, as well as equipment needed to provide quality and efficient truck repairs, the company said. Additionally, the Grand Junction location offers tank inspection and repair, laser alignments and drivetrain services, as well as being a Masport and Fruitland vacuum pump dealer for all vacuum tank and pump repair/installation needs.
Inland takes all makes and models of vehicles, and offers a one-stop approach to customers. With its dedicated training center, Inland says it fortifies the experience of each repair technician using relevant hands-on and classroom based trainings.
“In our 75-year history, we’ve made a determined effort to combine customer-focused services with superior parts,” Klein said. “Expanding our Grand Junction shop and service capabilities is one more example of providing our employee-owners all the resources they need to take care of our customers.”