CCC Parts buys TOR Truck Corporation

MEMPHIS, TN – CCC Parts Company has completed the purchase of TOR Truck Corporation, a significant player in the wholesale distribution segment, specializing in providing drivetrain solutions and components to remanufacturers and wholesale customers.

The Memphis-based heavy-duty truck parts distributor said the experience of the CCC Parts and TOR sales and operations teams, coupled with additional inventory and infrastructure, makes the combination of the two a dominant force in the heavy-duty drivetrain marketplace.

“I’m excited about the future prospects as we welcome TOR to our growing wholesale business. This now positions us as the leading independent wholesale provider of drivetrain solutions and components in North America,” states Mike Zakutny, senior vice president, wholesale at CCC. “TOR is a well-recognized name in the market with a rich history, and customers will benefit greatly from this merger with substantial service enhancements.”

He said the two organizations share the same culture of providing world-class customer service, respecting our core supplier partners and treating our associates like family.

With U.S. and Canadian operations and distribution centers in Mechanicsburg, PA; Kansas City, MO; Mississauga, ON and Edmonton, AB, this combination complements and expands CCC’s existing service and support capabilities in the U.S. and Canada, while also accelerating growth into new end markets and geographies.

The addition of TOR to the CCC family of companies expands the number of wholesale operations and product distribution centers within the U.S. and Canada.

As part of this acquisition, the TOR name will continue in the marketplace, and the TOR management team, led by Paul Dalton, U.S. sales manager; Cindy Junker, U.S. operations manager; and Don Johansen, general manager for Canada, will continue to operate as TOR with the added resources from the CCC wholesale team.

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