Callison Jr. Named President/CEO Of Midwest Wheel

Callison Jr. Named President/CEO Of Midwest Wheel

He replaces John Minor, who is retiring.

The board of directors for Midwest Wheel has appointed Michael Callison Jr. to the position of president/CEO, replacing John Minor, who is retiring. Minor moves into an adviser role and continues as a board member after nearly 48 years with the company.

Michael Callison Jr. represents the company moving into its fifth generation with a Callison family member as president/CEO. Midwest Wheel will continue to operate with a team of seasoned industry veterans. The staff and director positions represent more than 100 years of experience with Midwest Wheel. Callison and this team will lead the vision and strategy of the company into the future.

Founded in 1911 by the family, Midwest Wheel is a fifth-generation distributor focused on a superior customer experience and family culture. The business is headquartered in Des Moines, Iowa, with five locations in Iowa and one in Missouri. It is one of the largest independent aftermarket truck parts distributors, carrying a full line of replacement heavy duty fleet products, light truck accessories, light trailer products and school bus replacement parts. 

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