May 17, 2017
Fyda Freightliner is an authorized dealer of Freightliner trucks, with select dealer locations also being Western Star and/or Sprinter authorized. All Fyda Freightliner dealerships sell all-makes used commercial vehicles, so the addition of all-makes aftermarket parts is a natural fit to further enhance the products and services being offered to customers.
According to Jason Peterson, Columbus parts manager and long-time Fyda veteran, “We’re excited to finally be able to widen our parts catalog to include brands beyond Freightliner, Western Star, and Sprinter. Our Fyda parts management team across Ohio and Pennsylvania has been working together for several months to determine the best approach to expand into all-makes aftermarket parts sales. We’re starting our catalog expansion by offering Peterbilt and International aftermarket parts, and plan to address Kenworth and Volvo applications next.”
Fyda has partnered with supplier S&S Truck Parts, LLC, of Schaumburg, Ill., to develop a comprehensive NewStar brand aftermarket parts program. As part of this new program launch, all Fyda Freightliner parts stores are offering special discounts on select aftermarket Peterbilt and International parts through August 2017.
These specially-discounted parts represent popular items that all Fyda parts stores will stock in inventory. Other parts not carried in inventory can be secured within one business day. The goal of the program is to ensure availability the widest range of aftermarket truck parts while minimizing downtime so customers can get back on the road as quickly as possible.
For more information, contact the parts manager at any Fyda Freightliner dealership. Visit online for contact information and to view Peterbilt and International aftermarket parts specials at www.fydafreightliner.com.
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