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4 State Trucks In Joplin, MO Joins CVSN

Joplin, Missouri-based 4 State Trucks has been providing new and used parts for the heavy-duty truck industry since 1979.

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CVSN announced that 4 State Trucks is the newest member of the association.

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Joplin, Missouri-based 4 State Trucks has been providing new and used parts for the heavy-duty truck industry since 1979. The family-owned business has built an outstanding reputation for servicing the four-state area with quality salvage, parts and truck repair, CVSN noted. In 1998, the business expanded into new parts, chrome accessories and truck customization.

“4 State Trucks is home of the Chrome Shop Mafia, committed to being the leader in the heavy-duty truck-parts aftermarket industry by providing their customers with the widest selection of semi-truck parts at the best prices with the best-of-the-best customer service and fast shipping,” CVSN said in a news release. “They intend to lead the industry by delivering the very best in truck designs and customization as well as constantly providing unique parts and accessories for big rigs.”

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Commercial Sales Director Brad Harrison said, “The main reason for joining CVSN was for the networking and education of aftermarket in Class 6-8 truck parts.”

The mission of CVSN is to strengthen its members’ businesses through training and education and building strong relationships between members and their supply partners across North America.

“It is an honor for CVSN to welcome 4 State Trucks Inc. to our industry family,” said CVSN Executive Vice President. Angelo Volpe. “Strong and committed companies like 4 State who want to keep their employees trained on the latest technology and parts and show they still value the power of strong relationships in or industry says a lot of their organizational values. Relationship-building is still a vital component to the future success of a company in our business today.”

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