Irving, Texas-based FleetPride Inc., a distributor of truck and trailer parts and service in the independent heavy-duty aftermarket, announced two recent acquisitions in Idaho and Oklahoma.
On Dec. 13, the company said it had acquired the assets of Berggren Diesel, Inc. based in Idaho Falls, Idaho with a second location in Terreton, Idaho. Berggren Diesel is a full-service shop operating on heavy duty trucks and equipment since 2013, Fleet Pride said.
Financial terms were not disclosed. Berggren Diesel is FleetPride’s 12th acquisition this year.
“Berggren Diesel is an exceptional company with a talented team of technicians and support,” said Mike Harris, FleetPride Senior Vice President of Sales and Operations. “Today, I’m excited to welcome the Berggren Diesel team to the FleetPride family. Berggren’s will be a great fit and complements our growth strategy to provide customers with a one-stop shop solution for parts and service in the heavy duty aftermarket. We continue expanding our supply chain, digital capabilities, breadth of products and expertise as customers count on us to keep their trucks up and running. The addition of Berggren Diesel increases our ability to do just that.”
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A week earlier, FleetPride announced it had also acquired Harland Diesel Service, Inc., located in Ponca City, Oklahoma.
Harland Diesel Service is a full-service diesel shop operating on diesel trucks and heavy equipment since 1979, FleetPride said.
“Through the last 30 years, we have worked to deliver high-quality products to consumers, paying particular attention to service and building lasting customer relationships,” said owner Harland McClaskey. “With similar values, along with its leading industry position, FleetPride is a great partner to carry our legacy forward. The entire Harland Diesel Service team is excited to join FleetPride and begin working to further position the business for long-term growth.”