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Welcome to Consolidated Truck Parts & Service!
Come Visit Our New Shreveport Location!

Since 1957, Consolidated Truck Parts has been serving the Ark-La-Miss region with the highest Quality Heavy Duty Truck Parts and Service in the industry including Transmissions, Drive shafts, and Engine repairs.  With our full service truck repair and huge volume of inventory we will exceed all your heavy-duty truck needs. 

At Consolidated Truck Parts & Service, we strive to get you back on the road and making money as soon as possible by providing a wide range of products and services as the only place you need to go for all your bumper to bumper heavy duty truck parts sales, repair, and service.

With a trained staff of service technicians, parts professionals, and the equipment to repair your vehicle right the first time we are your equipment repair headquarters. We pride ourselves on making sure your work is nothing less than “Built to the Gold Standard”.

CTP Blog

Top Ways to Cut a Top Cost for Trucks

Rudy Niswanger - Saturday, July 19, 2014

There is at least one thing that every single person that owns or operates a heavy truck has in common.  This is something that none of them have control over and they can’t operate without it.  This commonality is of course the rising cost of diesel fuel.   READ MORE

Words of Wisdom for Fleet Managers

Rudy Niswanger - Friday, July 11, 2014


ABC'S of choosing the right truck maintenance partner. What you don't know could cost you.

Rudy Niswanger - Friday, June 27, 2014

Keeping your trucks on the road is hard enough with today's shortage of drivers, but when you add in the difficulties of maintaining your own fleet things are now exponentially harder.  Dealing with the EPA, OSHA, parts inventory purchasing and management, buying the right tools and equipment, and not to mention hiring during a tech shortage. Many companies are choosing the option to outsource maintenance and repair of their fleet. When making this decision to leave this work for someone else to do the real question becomes, "Which service provider do I choose?". READ MORE

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