Truck owners and the oil field industry in Wyoming now will have direct access to truck parts and remanufacturing services with the opening of a new Inland Truck Parts location in Evansville on Oct. 17. It will be managed by area residents Marshal Smouse and Greg Woodin, who between them have more than 50 years of experience leading truck parts and remanufacturing operations in Evansville and surrounding communities near Casper.
“Marshal and Greg bring exceptional product and technical knowledge and a proven track record for great customer service,” says Dave Scheer, president of Inland Truck Parts Co. “We’re extremely excited they’ll be managing our Evansville location.”
The Evansville store, which will be located at 5125 Carroll Court, joins Inland Truck Parts’ network of 27 stores across the Midwest, including locations in Billings, Mont., Scottsbluff, Neb., and Rapid City, S.D. The store is the first Inland location in Wyoming and will offer a comprehensive range of truck parts, along with resident technical experts on staff to perform transmission and differential remanufacturing and driveline repair, as well as other component shop services.