MISSISSAUGA, Ont. -The Mississauga Husky Car/Truck Stop, run by Unipetro, has opened its bays for business.The 24-hour, eight-acre facility, located at 6625 Kennedy Rd. (at Courtneypark), is part of t...
IT'S OFFICIAL: Pictured cutting the ceremonial red ribbon at the grand opening are (l to r):Bill Warner, Husky Energy; Joey Sit, HSBC; Mike Brett, Unipetro; Pierre Simard, Husky Energy; Jim Malvin, Husky Energy and Albert Chou, Unipetro.
MISSISSAUGA, Ont. -The Mississauga Husky Car/Truck Stop, run by Unipetro, has opened its bays for business.
The 24-hour, eight-acre facility, located at 6625 Kennedy Rd. (at Courtneypark), is part of the Route Commander Cardlock network and has eight lanes for diesel truck fuelling.
The stop is unique in that the entire truck parking pad, which can accommodate 108 tractor-trailers and 35 bobtails, is made of runway concrete, which is more durable than asphalt. It is also brighter which makes the lot more secure at night.
The 10,000-sq. ft. main building houses a store, laundry room, showers, office space for lease, fax/photocopying facilities, games room and a restaurant which specializes in homestyle cooking. Other ammenities include a truck/trailer wash, Cat Scale and lube bay. The grand opening event took place on July, 10.
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