Dayton Parts and Dorman Products Host Combined Booth at


COLMAR, Pa., Jan. 19, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — After joining forces in 2021 to provide enhanced coverage, quality, innovation and service to the heavy-duty aftermarket, Dayton Parts, LLC and Dorman Products, Inc. (NASDAQ:DORM) will host their first combination booth at this year’s Heavy Duty Aftermarket Week.

Held January 24-27 in Grapevine, Texas, HDAW is North America’s largest gathering of heavy-duty aftermarket professionals in the industry. Dayton and Dorman have long supported and attended the event, and, after Dorman officially closed the acquisition of Dayton in August 2021, this will be the first time the two industry leaders have publicly appeared together.

Show attendees should stop by Booth #509 to learn more about how the two century-old brands can drive the growth of their businesses. Representatives will have information on some of the latest innovations from Dayton and Dorman like CargoMaxx HD® reconditioned shock absorbers, utility trailer brakes, DEF power modules, NOx sensors and much more.

“We are thrilled to not only reunite with our industry partners at HDAW this year, but also to showcase our new Dayton and Dorman organization,” said Chris Reamsnyder, Vice President of Heavy Duty Sales. “We’ve been working hard behind the scenes to deliver much greater value to all of our customers, and we look forward to sharing some of this news at our booth next week.”


About Dorman Products
Dorman gives repair professionals and vehicle owners greater freedom to repair cars and trucks. For more than 100 years, we’ve been developing new solutions for the automotive aftermarket, introducing tens of thousands of replacement products designed to save time and money, and increase convenience and reliability.

Founded and based in the USA, we are a pioneering global organization offering an ever-growing catalog of parts, covering both light-duty and heavy-duty vehicles, from chassis to body, underbody to underbody, and from equipment to complex electronics. View our full offering and learn more at

About Dayton Parts

Dayton Parts, LLC employs highly skilled, industry expert men and women in all facets of manufacturing, sales and distribution. Its operations are located throughout the United States and Canada. Dayton’s manufacturing facilities have state-of-the-art spring manufacturing equipment and can produce a large number of leaf spring designs, including advanced high-stress, hard-bend, and parabolic options. advancements such as swingarms and Z-beams. Dayton is known in the aftermarket for its high quality brakes, springs, steering, suspension and other related product lines.

Forward-looking statements

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