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B.C. International dealers restructure

VANCOUVER, B.C. -- International dealer Co-Van International is restructuring and taking on a new name.


VANCOUVER, B.C. — International dealer Co-Van International is restructuring and taking on a new name.

 

The B.C. dealership will be called Harbour International Trucks and will bring Co-Van, Cascadia and Westlang together into one group, according to dealership management.

 

“This name unites three companies, Co-Van, Cascadia and Westlang into one cohesive group. Our locations in Coquitlam, Nanaimo and Langley, combined with our strong group of associate dealers, give us extensive customer support facilities throughout southwestern British Columbia,” said Rob Owen, general manager.

 

Meanwhile, Harbour International is relocating and expanding its Surrey, B.C. facility in September. The new digs will be at 19880-96th Ave., Langley, B.C. The facility will be expanded from five bays to 14, management says.

 

The expansion and relocation was the brainchild of Jim Hebe, who served as president of the dealerships before taking on the position of senior vice-president of North American sales with International’s parent company Navistar.


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