4 Ways Ecommerce is the Missing Link for Truck Parts Stores

| December 26, 2019

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The sale of truck parts is a $30 billion a year industry, and heavy-duty truck parts comprise nearly 20 percent of those sales. Leading manufacturers in this space include Grote, Meritor, Bendix and Truck-Lite. Most bricks-and-mortar auto parts supply stores aren’t getting in on this action, though. Why is that? For many auto parts supply distributors, the issue is a dearth of reliable online sources for heavy-duty truck parts. Here are four ways in which e-commerce can provide the missing link between your auto supply store and prospective heavy-duty truck parts customers. When inexperienced truck parts dealers get requests for uncommon parts, they often spend a great deal of time calling around to junkyards and individual manufacturers to source that part.

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