October 2021 Bulletin Supplemental

08 October 2021

The ITPA Bulletin is to update members on
association and industry news.
The Fall Convention
Spend some time at the beach in Destin, FL with all your truck parts friends. Get ready for an off-the-hook meeting along with fun in the sun.

Download a copy of the itinerary. Click here.

October 14-16, 2021
The Henderson Beach Resort

You can still register but hotel rates will be at market.
  1. Hotel link: https://hendersonbeachresort.com/#/booking/step-1?group=10541E
  2. Register at ITPA.com. Click here.
Application for Membership

Primary Member
SRC Holdings Corporation
531 S. Union Ave.
Springfield, MO 65802
Phone: 1-417-575-8337

Contact: Scott Dalenberg
Website: www.SRCHoldings.com
Established: 1983

  • Acquisition and sales of surplus truck parts
  • Engine – distributor
  • Engine Rebuilding
  • Engine sales - cores
  • Engine sales - used
  • Off-road, construction equipment, half track vehicles
  • Manufacturer/distributor of truck parts

  • Heavy Duty Rebuilders, Derek Day
  • LKQ Corp, Scott Miller
  • Consolidated Truck Parts, Rudy Niswanger

Mark Your Calendars

Conference organizers for Heavy Duty Aftermarket Week (HDAW)—the largest North American gathering of heavy duty aftermarket professionals in the industry—today announced “Strong Like You” as the theme for HDAW 2022, which signifies the industry’s resilience throughout the pandemic. To lead the effort, David McCleave, Director of
Marketing and Aftermarket at Hendrickson, and Bill Nolan, President at PBS Truck Parts, have been
named as the conference co-chairs an Bill Betts of Betts Truck Parts and Service has been named as distributor vice-chair.

Collectively they will represent the needs of suppliers and distributors alike.
HDAW ’22 will take place in-person January 24-27 at the Gaylord Texan Resort in Grapevine, Texas.
As the Right to Repair debate continues nationwide, the Auto Care Association has been fighting for the right to repair vehicles of all classes, including heavy duty trucks. In an effort to support the association’s position, the Auto Care Association is calling for trucking industry stakeholders to ask members of Congress to enact Right to Repair legislation that includes the commercial vehicle repair industry. “Right to Repair is the most pressing issue facing our industry and it is time that we take a stand,” Auto Care officials said in an email to Heavy Duty Trucking. Read More