FleetPride acquires Keystone Spring Service of Pittsburgh and Portersville, Pennsylvania 

FleetPride acquires Keystone Spring Service of Pittsburgh and Portersville, Pennsylvania 

FleetPride recently announced that it has acquired the assets of Keystone Spring Service, family owned by brothers Greg and Jason Valant. Founded in 1973 by their father and grandfather, Edward Valant Jr. and Edward Valant Sr., along with Chuck Haugh, Keystone Spring Service has provided specialized parts and services in suspension, wheel end, driveline, hydraulics, as well as being a full truck parts source in both Pittsburgh and Portersville, Pennsylvania for over 49 years.

Now a part of FleetPride, Keystone Spring Service customers in the greater Pittsburgh area will have access to the industry’s broadest assortment of heavy duty aftermarket inventory and the purchasing power of FleetPride, while working with the same parts and service experts they have come to know and trust over the last 49 years at Keystone Spring Service.

Employees of Keystone Spring Service now have additional growth opportunities under the FleetPride name. With a focus on learning and development, FleetPride offers several programs such as FleetPride Tech University, expanded employee benefits, and more.

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