Challenger Lifts specializes in the design, manufacture and distribution of a comprehensive line of automotive lifts, jacks and accessories. Challenger sells its products through a nationwide authorized distributor network. Quality Lifts sells the same types of lifts to the residential/consumer market. Challenger and Quality are headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky and were founded in 1983 and 2001, respectively.
Fleet Products is a leading bumper-to-bumper distributor of heavy duty truck parts with locations in Tampa, Clearwater and Lakeland, Florida. The company was founded in 1985 and has approximately 90 employees. Fleet’s primary customers include municipalities, utilities, and construction companies.
Keltner is a leading distributor of motor oil, chemicals and parts to an expansive customer base. KK&T is a transportation company that serves as a freight provider to Keltner Distribution. Founded in 1952, Keltner is located in Springfield, Missouri.
Hackett Precision Company (“HPC”) was established in 1960 as a tooling and special machinery builder in Nashville, Tennessee. In June 1989, GCA and HPC management purchased HPC from Gleason Corporation. HPC’s niche since its founding has been to provide top quality and on time deliveries. HPC has built on this track record and progressively grown its manufacturing operations. The services HPC performs, be it furnishing small replacement parts or complex robotics, have made it as diversified as its customers’ requirements.
Dayton Parts is a leading manufacturer and distributor of heavy-duty truck and trailer replacement parts. The company manufactures aftermarket leaf springs and is a full-line distributor of heavy-duty undercarriage replacement parts, such as springs, brake and wheel-end suspensions, and steering components. Dayton was founded in 1922 and is headquartered in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.