About Us - Midwest Wheel
Midwest Wheel is a 112 year old company headquartered in Des Moines, IA with locations in Iowa and Missouri. Midwest Wheel is one of the largest truck parts distributors in the Midwest carrying a full line of replacement Heavy-Duty Fleet Products, Light Truck Accessories, Light Trailer Products, Commercial Fleet Parts and School Bus Replacement Parts.
We will work to gain an understanding of your business and improve the efficiency of your operation. Your satisfaction is guaranteed today, as it has been for over 112 years.
Keys to Success.
We can handle your needs.
With eight locations and an extensive inventory of quality truck parts, tools and equipment. Midwest Wheel can serve as your single source expert for all of your parts and accessories.
Superior Customer Experience
We offer top of the line quality brand name parts, superior delivery, a well trained staff, top notch training and leading edge technology to provide the best experience to our customers.
A Family Experience
As an Employee and family owned business, our staff understands solving your problems today is key to our future success.
Processes and Technology
We innovate processes and technology to constantly improve our service. As a quality driven company we work together to solve problems and create solutions as part of our culture.
We are members of of these industry organizations HDA Truck Pride, AAM Total Truck Centers, Iowa Motor Truck Association, CVSN, GenNext and SEMA. We participate on a number of Advisory Councils.
Not your typical ERP upgrade story - how Midwest Wheel uses Infor CloudSuite to build workflows on the fly
By Jon Reed September 2, 2020 7 min reading
- ERP upgrade stories are nothing new. But how about an upgrade done with almost no consulting? And what if the IT team can now automate workflows and alerts to keep pace with the business? Sounds like a good story for a turbulent year.
- Not your typical ERP upgrade story - how Midwest Wheel uses Infor CloudSuite to build workflows on the fly (diginomica.com)
Callison Jr. Named President/CEO Of Midwest Wheel
He replaces John Minor, who is retiring.
By aftermarketNews Staff on
The board of directors for Midwest Wheel has appointed Michael Callison Jr. to the position of president/CEO, replacing John Minor, who is retiring. Minor moves into an adviser role and continues as a board member after nearly 48 years with the company.
Michael Callison Jr. represents the company moving into its fifth generation with a Callison family member as president/CEO. Midwest Wheel will continue to operate with a team of seasoned industry veterans. The staff and director positions represent more than 100 years of experience with Midwest Wheel. Callison and this team will lead the vision and strategy of the company into the future.
HDA Truck Pride is North America's largest independent provider of parts and service to the commercial vehicle aftermarket, HDA Truck Pride brings the industry scale and focus.
The AAM Group™—the organization behind Total Truck Centers™—is a program distribution group dedicated to supporting local retailers of SEMA aftermarket accessories and services.
The Commercial Vehicle Solutions Network (CVSN) is an association of INDEPENDENT parts and service aftermarket distributors serving the transportation industry.
A love for cars, trucks and SUVs is the motivating force behind the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA). This trade association consists of a diverse group of manufacturers, distributors, retailers, publishing companies, auto restorers, street-rod builders, restylers, car clubs, race teams and more.
Midwest Wheel's early days
Midwest Wheel, opened as the first rubber vulcanizer west of the Mississippi, the company has since evolved into a warehouse distributor of heavy duty parts and truck accessories, with six warehouse locations spread across the Midwest — Des Moines, Clear Lake, Cedar Rapids, Sioux City, Davenport, and Kansas City, Mo.
Founded in 1911
Founders George Koons and Fred Prior. The same family, Koons, is still at the helm, Chairman of the Board Michael Callison(4th generation) and President/CEO, Michael Callison Jr.(5th generation).