Our large inventory offers you the opportunity to consolidate part suppliers and specify the brands of products used by your fleet.
Offering you the peace of mind that quality products from the brands you know and trust are installed on your fleet.
Internet parts ordering
24/7/365 access to our inventory and live ordering directly into our warehouse. We ensure fast and accurate order filling of every order.
The brands you trust at a value price.
Core credit consistency
We have an approved system-wide program for core tracking.
Factory training to keep your technicians current.
We have daily routes to all of our service areas.
Inventory reduction capabilities
Custom inventory service plans, labeling and co-labeling. We make finding the part you need fast and easy.
What's important to YOU?
Midwest Wheel Companies can build custom purchasing programs that are controlled by you, with capabilities to change when requirements dictate.
Central and electronic billing
We offer consolidated statement and centralized accounting system-wide.
SOLID RUBBER TIRES & WOODEN WHEELS
100 years ago, in the Spring of 1911, two tire builders from the old Diamond Rubber Company, in Akron, Ohio, opened the first tire vulcanizing shop, west of the Mississippi, in Des Moines, lowa. They specialized in rebuilding and retreading tires. George Koons and Fred Prior had a hard time at first. The tire repair business was still a very new trade, and the partners had to supplement their families' incomes by taking turns working in Akron rubber factories during the winter.
Several years later, Fred Prior moved south…
Kansas City Brick by Brick Award
April 5, 2012
The Kansas City Industrial Council recognized Midwest Wheel Companies along with several others in a reception celebrating groups that have taken strides towards the improvement of the industrial areas south of the river in Kansas City, MO. Each year KCIC hands out the “Brick by Brick” award to companies or people that have invested in improving the area.
This year, General Manager of the Kansas City and Belton locations, Ron Martin, and Service Manager, Bryan Maze, accepted the award on behalf of Midwest Wheel’s Kansas City Branch. Martin said, “It was a great honor to have our building and business recognized by the Kansas City Industrial Commission as a leader in helping revitalize Kansas City’s industrial districts.”
Midwest Wheel Companies left their old location at 18th and Troost and moved into a 30,000 sq.ft. warehouse building at 5801 Front St. Midwest Wheel directed the building’s transformation into a state-of-the-art truck and trailer parts and service maintenance facility. Led by Martin and Maze, Midwest Wheel identified the Northeast Industrial area as their preferred location. Though their chosen location required extensive modifications to the building to update it for their use, Midwest Wheel showed focus and dedication to Kansas City with their new location.