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In addition to a more modern logo, Truck Component Services has launched a new contemporary website. 

Truck Component Services (TCS), a division of The Larson Group (TLG) Peterbilt, recently announced a brand update and comprehensive website redesign. These updates follow TLG’s brand updates that were revealed in early 2020. The updated logo and fully redesigned website not only help TCS better serve their customers but strengthen their connection as part of TLG network, which consists of 22 Peterbilt dealer locations across eight states.

TCS has been serving customers from their Strafford, MO, location since 2004. They became a division of The Larson Group in 2011, where they specialize in new refuse and used truck sales, truck maintenance and repair, refuse equipment, and OEM and salvage parts - with 25 acres of salvage parts and builders.  

And now the time has come for TCS to not only have a new, modern website, but a refreshed logo.

“TCS works hard every day to make the online, over the phone and in person customer experience feel like they are buying products from a friend they can trust,” said Jesse Voysey, General Manager. “We’re focused on doing business the right way every day, and the results are measured in customer satisfaction and lasting relationships.  We don’t just consider ourselves as a source for parts but rather a partner in our customers’ business needs.”

The Logo

The current logo has served TCS well, but like TLG, the time to evolve has arrived. The modern and refreshed logo not only transitions the TCS brand into the modern age, but also aligns their brand with TLG, helping to reinforce their relationship as part of The Larson Group network. The new logo has a simpler and modern look that aligns with their new website design.

TCS Logo Evolution

A Modern and Customer-Friendly Website

The new TCS website is modern, responsive and customer-friendly, offering a variety of improved features and benefits. Customers can explore all the products and services TCS has to offer, browse inventory and more. The new site, which is also mobile-friendly, shows TCS’s commitment to providing customers with unrivaled customer service.  

“With the launch of the refreshed TCS brand and new website, we are looking forward to serving customers with this improved online experience that offers them the ability to browse our truck, parts and service offerings whenever and wherever they want. Ensuring our customers receive first-class service whether they are in-store or online,” said Mike Thurston, Regional Vice President.

Browse Truck and Parts Inventory

Customers can browse and inquire about TCS’s new refuse, used and salvage truck inventory. In addition, they will also be able to browse the entire TCS parts inventory, easily contact the TCS team about big truck salvage parts, and view current specials. Time is important to drivers, fleets and business owners, and the convenient search and filtering options offer them a time-saving way to find the truck or part they are looking for with ease.

Explore Service Offerings

The TCS Service Department offers a variety of standard heavy-duty truck repair services, alongside TCS exclusive offerings such as gear repair, and welding and fabrication. The new TCS site enables site visitors to easily explore all the services they offer and quickly contact the TCS service department to schedule the service they need whether that’s custom body work, routine maintenance or vocational body installation.

Connect with the TCS Team

The new website includes a contact form for site visitors to inquire about parts, truck inventory, scheduling service, selling salvage trucks and more. They will also be able to sign up to receive TCS emails for the latest news and updates.

Refreshing the TCS brand and a modern website are milestone steps for the Truck Component Services team. We are thrilled for TCS customers to experience the new TCS website.

Visit the new TCS website at www.truckcs.com.

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