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This new site is like the Amazon of truck parts


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If you’re a trucker who shows pride in your ride, you should check out a newly launched website designed to help you find any truck part you can imagine.

Earlier this month Murphy-Hoffman Company (MHC) launched a robust e-Commerce website that features a jaw dropping inventory, giving customers access to 100 times more truck parts than the next biggest competitor. The site offers truck parts for all models of Peterbilt, Kenworth, Freightliner, Volvo, Mack, Western Star, Hino, and Izuzu vehicles.

The new site streamlines the process of finding the right part, giving you quick and easy access to the part you need.

The MHC site gives users access to more than 1 million all-makes truck parts 24 hours a day, seven days a week. And if you’re not sure what you need, the new site gives you access to truck part experts around the clock thanks to live chat and calling functions.

“At MHC, we do whatever it takes to ensure that our customers’ needs are being met,” MHC Executive Vice President Steve Wisdom said. “We are leveraging technology with this eCommerce solution to improve our customers’ experience. They can now order parts in any way they choose, whether it’s a text, phone call, submitting an order online, or visiting a local dealership.”

Murphy-Hoffman Company was founded in Springfield, Missouri, in 1975 with just three workers. After more than 45 years in operation, MHC has grown to a network of more than 100 locations across 16 states.

If you’re ready to browse the new MHC truck parts site, you can click here.

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