Toth Automotive Joins HDA Truck Pride

Toth Automotive Joins HDA Truck Pride

Since 1963, Toth Automotive has provided heavy-duty parts to the greater Chicagoland area.

HDA Truck Pride has announced that Toth Automotive has joined the family with its Lansing, Illinois, location. Since 1963, Toth Automotive has provided heavy-duty parts to the greater Chicagoland area. The company’s founder, Tom Toth, Sr. knew his expertise and location would serve the marketplace for years to come.

Following Tom Sr.’s passing in 2006, Toth Automotive was purchased by Tom’s son, Jim Toth, Sr. and his wife, Roxanne. That same year, Jim Sr. incorporated Toth Automotive. Under Jim’s leadership, the company would spend the next 15 years moving forward with increased breadth of product lines and an expanded customer base.

Today, Jim Sr.’s son and daughter, Jim Toth, Jr. and Tammy Togtman work in collaboration as the company’s Vice President/Purchasing Manager; and Executive Assistant, respectively. They now occupy a 7,200-square-foot warehouse and support a complete offering of product categories, working with HDA Truck Pride’s key Supplier Partners. “We are looking forward to strengthening our presence in our area even more, by joining HDA Truck Pride. We knew to take the next steps in our business, we needed a strong industry partner and we’ve found that for the long haul,” said Toth, Jr.

“The addition of Toth Automotive strengthens our Midwest footprint and deepens our relationship across our supply chain, including end users and Supplier Partners. Their longevity and approach to customer service makes them a perfect addition to the HDA Truck Pride network. We look forward to working with the team at Toth Automotive as they continue to grow,” said Tina Hubbard, President and CEO of HDA Truck Pride.

In addition to parts sales, Toth Automotive also rebuilds transmissions, differentials, fan clutches, and more.

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