Diesel retailer ITP Diesel has changed its name to Sinister Diesel and is moving into a 15,000-square-foot retail and warehouse space in Phoenix to open June 1.
The new location will provide additional space to house and develop diesel parts and accessories, as well as offer future repair and installation services.

In conjunction with the change, Sinister Diesel has also announced a new partnership with Strictly Diesel to jointly provide diesel vehicle repair and maintenance, aftermarket product offerings and customer service.

"We are excited about the possibilities presented by combining forces," said Nate Brekken, owner of Strictly Diesel. "We are gaining exposure and strength online, adding significant aftermarket product offerings and sales opportunities, increasing the development and manufacturing capabilities, and expanding our aftermarket sales expertise through this partnership."

"This partnership offers us the opportunity to work together to further our respective areas of the business, learn and grow from each other's experiences and expertise, and take our new business to the next level," said Dennis Schroeder, owner of Sinister Diesel.

The new facility has more bays for completing maintenance and repair work, more parking for customer vehicles, and more space to store products used for service, repair and maintenance. This facility also provides more space for aftermarket product inventory and new product development work.

For more information, visit www.strictlydiesel.com or www.sinisterdiesel.com.