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Penske opens new Quebec facility

QUEBEC CITY, Que. - Penske Truck Leasing recently cut the ribbon on a new $6 million facility in Quebec.


OPEN FOR BUSINESS: Penske officials and local dignitaries recently cut the ribbon on a new Quebec City facility.
OPEN FOR BUSINESS: Penske officials and local dignitaries recently cut the ribbon on a new Quebec City facility.

QUEBEC CITY, Que. – Penske Truck Leasing recently cut the ribbon on a new $6 million facility in Quebec.

The new 18,0000 sq.-ft. facility is located at 2824 Rue Einstein, Ste-Foy. It offers commercial and consumer truck rental services, fullservice truck leasing and contract maintenance services.

The location services about 600 vehicles and boasts 70 leasing customers.

Penske announced its newest facility has four service bays, a truck washing bay and a three-lane fuel island with high-speed fuel pumps. The shop features wireless technology capabilities, allowing technicians to wirelessly conduct diagnostic repairs.

The building was also built to minimize its use of electricity, with FE fluorescent bulbs with electronic ballasts providing the main source of light.

“The move to a more spacious, state-of-the-art facility in Quebec City translates to added value for Penske customers,” stated Ken Coots, senior vice-president of maintenance services, Penske Truck Leasing. “We will add more associates in the future as we continue to expand in the Quebec City market.”


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