Inland Detroit Diesel-Allison changes name to Inland Power Group

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Inland Detroit Diesel-Allison announced Nov. 1 that it has changed its company name to Inland Power Group to better reflect its broader product and service offering.

“Since 1958, our family-owned company has continuously evolved to better serve our customers,” says Greg Cole, president and chief executive officer of Inland Power Group. “Meeting the growing needs for power products and service has always been our goal. Today, we are proud to provide exceptionally broad value with industry-leading engines and transmissions, fast and accurate service, an extensive stock of parts and precise remanufacturing.

“Because we provide new products, parts and service for Detroit Diesel Corporation, Allison Transmission, Electromotive Diesels and GE Energy, we are able to serve customers across many markets from truck, automotive, coach and bus to marine, construction, industrial and mining, to power generation and the military,” Cole says. “We sell and service two- to 24-cylinder diesel configurations from eight to 10,000 horsepower, plus the full line of Allison transmissions. We also sell the complete line of GE Energy’s Jenbacher gas engines ranging from 330 kilowatts to three megawatts. The products we sell and service represent some of the most advanced and innovative designs on the market today.”

In addition to its headquarters in Butler, Wis., Inland Power Group has branches in Iron Mountain, Mich.; Carol Stream, Ill.; Gary, Ind.; Rockford, Ill.; and De Pere, Wis. “Each of our locations is truly a one-stop source,” Cole says. “Every facility is fully outfitted with the most efficient, computerized state-of-the-art equipment, a full stock of parts for all makes, and highly experienced professionals using proven systems. With more than 250,000 total square feet and over 300 dedicated employees, more than ever, we have the power to make our customers ready to run. And, at all locations, we provide extensive bumper-to-bumper service to our on-highway customers, following the rigorous WheelTime process that assures their equipment is fixed right, right away. The value we provide is giving our customers more uptime for earning.”

While the company’s name is changing, all core elements of the organization will remain the same, Cole says. Along with the name change, Inland Power Group has adopted a new logo. The changes are effective immediately.