Truckline and Minecorp form parts alliance

Australian truck and trailer parts provider, Truckline, and Minecorp Tasmania, have joined forces to open CMF Solutions retail outlets in Tasmania.

According to Truckline, Tasmania will be home to two retails outlets in Spreyton and Hobart, with the aim of providing a huge range of truck and trailer parts “straight off the shelf” for Tasmanian customers and fits in with Truckline’s objective of enhancing its spare parts service across Australia.

CMF Solutions Director, Michael Coleman, said the company’s goal is to have as wide a range of product as possible on the shelves so customers can access what they need immediately.

“Our market research showed the biggest problem for truck and trailer customers in Tasmania is no one holds enough stock to meet their needs at short notice – which leads to down time and losses,” he commented.

“Our aim is to turn that around – because unlike other outlets, Truckline keeps more than 80 per cent of its huge inventory in stock in each branch.

“We work with our clients to identify the most common fast-moving stock – like components for brakes and suspension, airbags, axels and so on – so that when a customer calls asking for a part, most times we can literally reach out and put a hand on it. “The relationship with Truckline has made this possible as we’re now part of Australia’s leading distributor of aftermarket truck and trailer parts with a catalogue of more than 30,000 competitively priced parts.”

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