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PACCAR Parts Opens 100th TRP Store

Posted on September 5, 2017

RENTON, Wash. — PACCAR Parts has opened the 100th TRP Store, located in Alexandria, Louisiana.

TRP is PACCAR’s global brand of aftermarket replacement parts for all makes and models of trucks, trailers, and buses.

The first TRP Stores opened in 2013 in Europe, the U.K., and Mexico. Since then, the TRP Store network has expanded into 27 countries.

The new TRP location was opened by Kenworth of Louisiana. TRP Alexandria will be open extended hours to serve local and transient customers with a wide selection of parts supported by trained professionals with expertise in heavy- and medium-duty commercial vehicle products, according to the company.

“Our new TRP Store will allow us to better serve our commercial freight, construction, logging, and agriculture customers with increased availability and faster delivery of quality all-makes truck, trailer, and bus products,” said Scott Oliphant, president of Kenworth of Louisiana.

“We are proud to celebrate this milestone of 100 global TRP Stores,” said David Danforth, general manager at PACCAR Parts and PACCAR vice president. “TRP Stores are trusted in the industry to provide a superior selection of quality all-makes replacement parts at competitive prices.”

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