TRP celebrates 25 years of business

TRP celebrates 25 years of business

This May, TRP is celebrating 25 years of providing aftermarket parts for all makes and models of trucks, trailers and buses.

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This May, TRP is celebrating 25 years of providing aftermarket parts for all makes and models of trucks, trailers and buses.

“Over the last 25 years, TRP all-makes replacement parts have consistently delivered the value our customers expect,” said Chris Scheel, PACCAR Parts senior director of marketing. “TRP products are dependable parts that improve uptime and keep our customers and business moving forward.”

TRP was established in Europe in 1994 to meet a growing fleet demand for reliable parts that could be used with a wide variety of equipment. Today, TRP offers more than 125,000 parts through a network of more than 2,200 DAF, Kenworth, Peterbilt and TRP Store retailers.

The TRP brand has expanded to include a network of TRP retail stores launched in 2014. There are now more than 180 TRP store locations across 39 countries worldwide.

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