Blaine Brothers Inc. Acquires Midwest Truck Service

Blaine Brothers Inc. Acquires Midwest Truck Service

Midwest Truck Service specializes in heavy-duty truck and trailer repair. Services include engine repair and diagnostics, wheel balancing, tire repair and replacement, computerized laser alignments and DOT inspection preparation.

Blaine Brothers, Inc., a leader in truck and trailer sales, service and repair, signed a definitive agreement to acquire Midwest Truck Service, a family-owned truck and trailer repair and alignment shop, based in Baldwin, Wisconsin.

“We are excited to add Midwest Truck Service to our growing list of locations across the Upper Midwest,” says Blaine Brothers CEO Dean Dally. “This acquisition expands our reach across the region, allowing us to serve and assist customers with a wide range of services.”

Established in 1996, Midwest Truck Service specializes in heavy-duty truck and trailer repair. Services include engine repair and diagnostics, wheel balancing, tire repair and replacement, computerized laser alignments and DOT inspection preparation.

“The customer-centric culture of Midwest Truck Service aligns perfectly with Blaine Brothers’ commitment to providing superior customer service,” says Blaine Brothers Vice President Tim Grabow. “We feel confident that the technicians and staff on the Midwest team can deliver the high level of service that our customers have come to expect. We believe that both customers and employees will benefit from the synergies and impact that come with this acquisition.”

Blaine Brothers is a second-generation family-owned business established in 1979. The family of companies employs more than 300 people in 9 locations across Minnesota and North Dakota.

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