Transtar Enhances Standard Transmission Product Offering Nationwide

Transtar Enhances Standard Transmission Product Offering Nationwide

Transtar Industries says it has enhanced its standard transmission product offering by expanding inventory throughout its nationwide distribution network. More customers will now have access to standard transmission products from All Transmission Parts (ATP) with same-day delivery.

Transtar Industries says it has enhanced its standard transmission product offering by expanding inventory throughout its nationwide distribution network. More customers will now have access to standard transmission products from All Transmission Parts (ATP) with same-day delivery.

“The combination of our industry-leading brands gives us the ability to provide additional solutions for our customers,” said Neil Sethi, president of Transtar’s Driveline Distribution Group. “This move makes the most comprehensive line of quality powertrain products accessible to even more transmission repair specialists.”

“We are truly excited at the opportunity this brings to our customers,” added Tom DeMille, vice president of sales and branch operations at Transtar. “With same-day delivery of parts to repair manual transmissions, shops can complete those jobs and get their customers back on the road in record time.”

Standard transmission products available through Transtar’s nationwide distribution network of more than 70 locations include: complete standard transmission units, bearing kits, inputs, flywheels, clutches, sprockets, seals, gaskets, cases, tail housings, synchronizer rings, gears, chains, shafts, forks and more.

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