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CVSN Adds Texas Trucks Direct To Its List Of Member Companies

A member of HDA Truck Pride, Texas Trucks Direct Inc. started in 1982 as a two-man service operation. With many changes over the years, it has grown and expanded both its parts and service departments, and began to strictly focus on the trucking industry in 2017.

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CVSN recently announced that Texas Trucks Direct Inc. is the newest member of the association.

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A member of HDA Truck Pride, Texas Trucks Direct Inc. started in 1982 as a two-man service operation. With many changes over the years, it has grown and expanded both its parts and service departments, and began to strictly focus on the trucking industry in 2017.

With a 6,000-square-foot service bay, Texas Trucks Direct Inc. can handle any service need. Whether it is just a diagnostic or a major engine repair, Texas Trucks Direct Inc. can do it. With more than 100 years of parts experience, the parts department offers a variety of parts and services such as after-hours emergency parts, custom hydraulic hoses, a PTO rebuilding program, the ability to machine flywheels, delivery and A/C line repair.

VP Christy Cozby said, “CVSN seems to be the next step naturally to take to further network with establishments in our industry. In our industry ran by OEs, we feel it is important that the Aftermarket stands together.”

CVSN Executive VP, Angelo Volpe said, “We are very pleased to have Texas Trucks Direct as the latest addition to our quality member lineup. CVSN continues to grow and we are very excited about the future of not only our association, but also the heavy-duty aftermarket industry.”

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