Aftermarket Parts

Meet Our Members - Schmidt Machine Company

We welcome back to NTPDA our friends at Schmidt Machine based in Upper Sandusky, Ohio. Recently the company was featured during an broadcast interview Kevin Schmidt 13 December 2021 for Insight on Business the News Hour here is that piece:

"Over the years we've interviewed hundreds of business owners. Some that are in a brand new business and others that have taken over a company that's been around for decades. Today, in our Small Business Spotlight, we're visiting with Kevin Schmidt whose grandfather, back in 1928, started Schmidt Machine based in Upper Sandusky, Ohio. For a family owned company to have been around that long is a testament to hard work and quality products. Schmidt Machine specializes in creating aftermarket ag parts and does business world-wide.  Meet Kevin...who also does a bit of "standup comedy" when he's not running the business and, yes, he offers up a sample."

If you've got news about your company we'd love to hear from you! Send your press releases for The Bulletin and for consideration for a broadcast to Michael@NTPDA.com. You can also call us at 877-668-0900 for details.

Thank you for being a member! 


New Video & Conference Information

We're ramping up for NTPDA-2022 in Kansas City next month. If you have not yet registered it's time to get on it. Here is that online registration link. NTPDA 2022 Harrahs Hotel We've got so many cool things planned and it's going to be great to see everybody again.  The last time we were in Kansas City was 2016 and because it's so centrally located we made the decision to go back. And, we know you want to do business while you're with us and we're all into that.

We've created another video for you and you're about to see some familiar names and faces.

A couple of other pieces of information. To be able to get the Group Room Rate you can reserved online here or give Harrah's a phone call at 1-800-427-7247 and remember to get the correct rate use our code: S01NAT2.  Reservation deadline is coming up fast...like Monday the 20th of December!  Get 'er done! It's been a long time since we've all been together and we've got so many cool things planned.  And, we know you come to do business and we're all about that as well. If you've got questions or having issues with your registration give us a call at 1-877-668-0900. Staff will be onsite early to help with everything you might need. Also, watch your email for some important information coming from Kim.  See you in Kansas City!

 


Meet Our Members - Tractor-Line with Alex Ho

Technology can be our friend...sometimes. Stay with us on this as you are about to meet Alex Ho the director of sales and marketing for Tractor-Line a ALEX HO (2) company based in Malaysia. The company has been in operation since 1989 and isn't limited to just manufacturing but the entire  process from design to production, machining to engineering, raw materials to finished goods and packaging. 

In addition the company specializes in a host of tractor parts hydraulic to axles, cylinders to buckets. Alex tells us their products are equal or better than some OEM parts. Finally Tractor-Line has the capacity to service global customers and seeking relationships with wholesalers, dealers, parts importers, and brands for OEM collaboration in industries that include construction, forestry, mining and agriculture. As a member of the National Tractor Parts Dealer Association (NTPDA) the company is seeking new frontiers for their services. Here is Alex: 

Thanks for listening and thank you for being an NTPDA Member!

 


BIG News for Small Businesses and the NTPDA

Thanks for clicking through. As we work to get critical information to members of the National Tractor Parts Dealer Association  (NTPDA) we thought this Veronica Pugin DC SBA conversation about getting capital from the Small Business Administration would be very helpful. There have been many changes to the COVID19 Loan Program. Pay close attention to the new guidelines for gaining capitol for your small business. And, second, if you know a person who owns or manages a small business send this link to them. It could make a huge difference.  My guest is Veronica Pugin who is the Senior Advisor in the Office of Capital Access for the Small Business Administration. Here too is your link to the COVID-19 Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program that we talk about. Know there are new guidelines and an easier way in which to apply for business capital.

Thanks for being here!

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Meet Loader Parts Source with Video!

So often our NTPDA Members might think that everybody knows what and how their business runs. But, in fact, that's not the case. There are always new Levi Burkholder Jan 2020 consumers to reach and there are always current customers to keep. The message here is that businesses must keep marketing and explaining and that's exactly what this new video from member, Loader Parts Source does.

Levi Burkholder started his company from scratch. He and his crew know how important it is to keep others informed. Take a few minutes and check out their new "explainer video". It will tell you much.

 

Thank you for reading and for being an NTPDA Member! It matters...

 


All States Ag Parts Expands...Again!

National Tractor Parts Dealer Association (NTPDA) member All States Ag Parts has announced the acquisition of Hoye Tractor Parts. The company is Hoye Logo located in Iowa Park, TX and specializes in new aftermarket and used parts for Yanmar tractors. Hoye Tractor Parts is predominantly a web-based sales company.

With this acquisition, All States Ag Parts now operates 22 locations in North America including 15 tractor, combine and construction equipment salvage yards. 

All states ag logoJohn Dyke, CEO of All States Ag Parts said in a release, “Hoye Tractor Parts will add over 200,000 Yanmar after market tractor parts to our product line along with a solid line of used Yanmar parts. This acquisition will tremendously improve our opportunity to serve that segment of our customer base as well as improving our service times in Texas.”

Dyke added that the former owner, Aaron Murray, will remain in place as the manager during the transition of ownership. All other Hoye Tractor Parts employees are being offered jobs with All States Ag Parts. The Iowa Park, TX location will continue to operate under the Hoye Tractor Parts name.

“We are very excited to be working with All States Ag Parts,” said Murray, “All States has a much broader distribution network for parts to help us gain additional market share for our product line."

Congratulations and best wishes from all of us who make up the National Tractor Parts Dealer Association!

About All States Ag Parts - All States Ag Parts is the leading supplier of agricultural parts in North America and carries used, new aftermarket and remanufactured parts for tractors, skid steers, combines and other ag equipment. Parts are stocked for virtually all brands of equipment including John Deere, Case IH, Ford, New Holland, Allis Chalmers, Massey Ferguson, Agco, Hesston and many more.

Hoye Tractor Parts can be reached at 940-592-0181 or online at HoyeTractor.com

All States Ag Parts can be reached at 877-530-4430 or on-line at TractorPartsASAP.com

 


Member Profiles - Reliable Aftermarket Parts with Rob Perry

As part of our ongoing series "Meet Our Members" the National Tractor Parts Dealer Association (NTPDA) offers you this look at not one but two members. Robert Perry RAParts One a regular NTPDA Member and the other an Associate Member both doing business in the world of ag parts, construction parts and even..."toys".

There is a vast business out there that flies under the radar of those who live in our urban areas unless, of course, you are into major urban farming like they are doing in Detroit. Here you'll meet Rob Perry who is in charge of sales and marketing for both Reliable Aftermarket Parts and their wholesale division AIC Replacement Parts. Both based in Michigan but doing business world-wide.  Here we talk about the business of agricultural and construction parts their involvement with the National Tractor Parts Dealers Association (NTPDA) and more.

And as a bonus here is a recent video that will give you a look at the backstory.

 

As always, we're here to help our members grow and become even more successful. If you've got a story for us...let us know and we'd be happy to profile your business as well.  You can reach us, by phone: 877-668-0900. Thanks for listening and for being an NTPDA Member! 


Two More Acquisitions for All States Ag Parts

Over the past two weeks we’ve been informed that our member All States Ag Parts (ASAP) has made two more important acquisitions.  Tractor Joe of Tractor Joe LogoPlymouth, MN which specializes in on-line ag parts for tractors and other agricultural equipment and Yesterday’s Tractor Company based in Port Townsend, WA which specializes in providing antique tractor owners with valuable resources for repair and information as well as a complete line of antique tractor parts.

Yesterdays Tractor LogoJohn Dyke, CEO of All States Ag Parts said of the two acquisitions, “Both Tractor Joe and Yesterday’s Tractor allow ASAP to continue serving the vast agriculture by offering new and different products and services.  Tractor Joe brings a fully developed website operation with good traffic numbers which will supplement our existing site. Meanwhile Yesterday’s Tractor allows us to continue to serve their current and future customers and expand the current parts offering by including used parts in addition to expanding the remanufactured and new part lines.”

 Both former owners, Marina Vorobeychik of Tractor Joe and Kim Pratt of Yesterday’s Tractor will remain in place during the transition and both newly acquired companies will retain their current identities.

Tractor Joe can be reached at 888-860-9096 or online at www.TractorJoe.com while Yesterday’s Tractor can be reached at 800-853-2651 or online at www.YesterdaysTractors.com .

All States Ag Parts now operates 21 locations in North America including 16 tractor and combine salvage yards.  ASAP is the leading supplier of agricultural All states ag logo parts in North America and carries used, new aftermarket and remanufactured parts for tractors, skid steers, combines and other ag equipment. Parts are stocked for virtually all brands of equipment including John Deere, Case IH, Ford, New Holland, Allis Chalmers, Massey Ferguson, AGCO, Hesston and many more.  All States Ag Parts may be reached at 877-530-4430 or at www.TractorPartsASAP.com

The National Tractor Parts Dealer Association (NTPDA) congratulates All States Ag Parts as the company continues to expand to serve farmers, ranchers, hobbyists and restoration customers.


Combine World to All States Ag Parts

NTPDA Member and North American agricultural parts supplier All States Ag Parts (ASAP) has acquired Combine World a Canadian company that specializes in Combine World Logo new and used parts for combines and swathers.  In announcing the acquisition John Dyke, CEO of ASAP said, “This is a great acquisition for us, Combine World complements our line of tractor parts being offered at Fawcett Tractor Supply (Ontario, Canada) and positions us to deliver tractor, combine and other ag parts to the farming community in Canada.” 

Dyke said the former owner, Charlie Smith, will remain in place as a valuable resource during the transition of ownership. All current employees of Combine World will be offered employment with All States Ag Parts. In the Charlie Smith Phoenixannouncement Smith talked about how being part of ASAP will bring even more opportunity to the his customers, “Being part of All States Ag Parts is a great opportunity to improve our ability to take care of customers.” said Charlie Smith, “We’ll have access to our current combine parts inventory while growing our tractor parts selection. We’ll also have access to parts from 11 other salvage yards.”  (Image: Charlie and Marjorie Smith with YRC Representative Aleisia Dragon in Phoenix 2020)

The Elstow, SK location will continue to operate under the Combine World name. Combine World also operates a satellite location in Alexander, MB.

All States Ag Parts now operates 17 locations in North America where they are leading supplier of agricultural parts carrying used, new aftermarket and remanufactured parts for tractors, skid steers, combines and other ag equipment. Parts are stocked for virtually all brands of equipment including John Deere, Case IH, Ford, New Holland, Allis Chalmers, Massey Ferguson, Agco, Hesston and many more.

The Board and Staff of the National Tractor Parts Dealer Association congratulates our members and friends.

 


Big News from Member All States Ag Parts

And the acquisitions keep coming as All States Ag Parts has acquired H&R Construction Parts allowing the company to enter the industrial and construction H&R Parts Logo parts arena.

Long known as a leader in new aftermarket, used and remanufactured parts for ag equipment this move gives All States Ag Parts and their customers the ability to buy products from one source.

“This is a great acquisition for us,” said John Dyke, CEO of All States Ag Parts. “We’ve already successfully expanded our skid steer parts line at All States Ag Parts. H&R Construction Parts will be the cornerstone for our new construction equipment division,” said Dyke.

“Current H&R Construction customers, working through our sales team, will continue to have access to the same products and programs currently offered,” said Dyke, “but will have access to many additional products in the very near future with not only ag parts, but also a greatly expanded selection of construction equipment parts.”

Nick ASAPIn a related development All States Ag Parts, LLC announced that Nick Ecker, long associated with the heavy truck salvage business, will become the general manager for the recently acquired company and will lead the new construction division.

Ecker comes to All States with over 10 years of operations experience with LKQ heavy truck salvage parts. The past 5 years were spent as a District Manager where he was responsible for salvage purchasing, operations and remanufacturing facilities for 13 locations.

“I’m excited to be joining the All States Ag Parts team. All States has a strong presence and is well respected in the ag parts industry,” said Ecker. “H&R Construction Parts will become the cornerstone for our new construction equipment division for All States,” said Ecker.

Because there is significant crossover of inventory and equipment between the ag and industrial world this new combination is now positioned to provide better solutions for ag and construction customers.

Join us in congratulating All State Ag Parts on this new acquisition as we wish them the very best moving forward.

About H&R Construction Parts

H&R currently operates 4 facilities; Buffalo, NY; Lawrenceville, GA; and two in Riverside, CA and focuses on parts for excavators, wheel loaders, dozers and articulated trucks.

H&R Construction Parts can be reached at 800-333-0650 or on-line at HRParts.com

About All States Ag Parts

The company operates 12 ag parts locations located in the U.S. and Canada and focuses on parts for tractors, combines, skid steers, planters, harvesters and other ag equipment. All States stocks parts for virtually all brands of equipment including John Deere, Case IH, Ford, New Holland, Allis Chalmers, Massey Ferguson, Agco, Hesston and many more.

All States Ag Parts can be reached at 877-530-4430 or on-line at TractorPartsASAP.com