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Meritor expands Service at Drivetrain Express outlet in Edmonton AB

Meritor Inc is expanding its first wholesale aftermarket parts outlet in North America to provide OEM dealers, warehouse distributors, and area rebuilders with a complete parts selection and fast delivery of all-makes drivetrain components and related replacement parts.

The Edmonton AB, Canada-based Drivetrain Express outlet, which opened initially in 1999 as a Mascot remanufacturing distribution center, offers a one-stop source for remanufactured drivetrain parts and four-hour delivery or pickup from time of ordering within a 60-mile (100-kilometer) radius.

"A truck operator who needs a component replacement simply cannot wait days for parts to be shipped,” says Brad Begley, director, corporate accounts, Meritor Aftermarket. “This is a ‘today’ business where every minute counts. The company’s in-depth market knowledge—from new parts, to all-makes, to remanufactured units—enables us to expand our support and service to customers who need the right parts now."

The Drivetrain Express outlet stocks an extensive inventory of Meritor’s branded aftermarket components, including an all-makes suite of made-to-order Mascot drive shafts and driveline components such as U-joints, center bearings, shaft tubing, and yokes; Euclid clutches; and Meritor genuine and AllFit drive axle and transmission components.

"As a global aftermarket leader, Meritor continues to bring innovations to the marketplace," says Pedro Ferro, Meritor senior vice-president and president of Aftermarket & Trailer. "The renovated Edmonton outlet is another extension of our customer-focused solutions. We will continue to be innovative in the way we serve our customers and will consider adding more parts outlets in North America as market demand dictates.”


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