Harbor Truck Parts Joins HDA Truck Pride

Harbor Truck Parts Joins HDA Truck Pride

Harbor Truck Parts expands the HDATP North American footprint with six locations in Southern California.  

HDA Truck Pride (HDATP) this week welcomed Harbor Truck Parts as a new member. Harbor Truck Parts expands the HDATP North American footprint with six locations in Southern California.  

Owned and operated by the Arellano family since being founded in Long Beach in 2006, Harbor Truck Parts has grown to six locations while expanding to a complete parts offering for its customers. The second-generation co-owners involved in the daily operation of the business are Daniel Hynes, Julie Hynes-Arellano, Gerardo Delgado, Gaby Delgado-Arellano and Catherine Arellano. They are focused on sustainably growing their business through superior parts selection, kind customer service, speedy order fulfillment, and investment in operational technology.

“In 2017 our fast growth forced us to think of how to improve and continue to grow,” said Hynes. “We capitalized by pursuing expansion and opening three locations in three years. We are seeing great success from these new locations and are proud to have opened two more this year! Joining the HDA Truck Pride network adds a wide range of strengths and resources to our business. We know this change takes us to a new level and will enhance our ability to serve our customers.” 

Tina Hubbard, president and CEO, of HDA Truck Pride agreed. “The vision for Harbor Truck Parts fits hand-in-hand with our strategic focus and growth plans in the very large Californian market. We are very happy to have Harbor Truck Parts, and their progressive growth mindset, as part our HDA Truck Pride family,” she said.

Harbor Truck Parts is located in the Southern California cities of Long Beach, Gardena, Ontario, Lancaster, Modesto and Bakersfield.

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