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MISSISSAUGA, Ont. - There are many people who are involved in keeping the trucking industry moving and Aldo's Driveline and PTO Service, a division of Mascott Truck Parts, is no exception.Aldo's keeps...


MISSISSAUGA, Ont. – There are many people who are involved in keeping the trucking industry moving and Aldo’s Driveline and PTO Service, a division of Mascott Truck Parts, is no exception.

Aldo’s keeps the industry’s torque flowing smoothly into axles everywhere.

With only two people on staff, the shop is kept busy building, rebuilding and refurbishing roughly 40 to 50 drivelines a week, almost all of which are of the heavy-duty genre.

What sets Aldo’s Driveline apart is its same day service.

“All stuff brought in is picked up that night,” says quality manager and founder Aldo Presutti.

“People appreciate good (not to mention fast) service because when a truck is down, it costs money.”

– Brandi Cramer uses her love of photography to highlight a different aspect of the trucking industry each month and she can be reached at 416-442-2194.


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