FleetPride opens new Texas locations

FleetPride opens new Texas locations

FleetPride, Inc. has opened new locations in the Deer Valley area of Phoenix and in La Porte, Texas, just southeast of Houston. Both opened for business on July 29.

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FleetPride, Inc. has opened new locations in the Deer Valley area of Phoenix and in La Porte, Texas, just southeast of Houston. Both opened for business on July 29.

“Expanding to the north side of Phoenix will complement our three locations close by in Avondale and Mesa, plus a large hub location near the center of Phoenix with extensive service capabilities to build and repair drivelines, hydraulic cylinders, pumps and PTOs,” said Mike Harris, FleetPride senior vice president of sales and operations. “Similarly, the new location in La Porte will join our two branches in Houston to enhance our presence in the market and serve customers near Trinity Bay, Galveston Bay, and the Gulf Coast. Like Phoenix, our team in La Porte has a wealth of industry knowledge and significant inventory on hand to provide customers the parts they need. Both locations will also benefit from overnight replenishment from our regional distribution centers.”

The new branch in Phoenix is located at 23616 N. 19th Ave., Suite 2. The La Porte location is at 1800 S. Texas Highway 146, Suite 600. Grand opening events will be held at both new branches at a later date.

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