MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Manac has announced it is expanding the surface area of its Mississauga service center.
The expansion includes the addition of five new bays as well as 15 specialized jobs, the company reports.
"Our service center is working full throttle and we must refuse some of our customers’ demands," said Charles Dutil, president and chief operating officer of Manac. "Our unique expertise in the semi-trailer sector is well-known across the transportation industry and our sales have continuously increased since we opened our service center in Mississauga in 2000."
The service center currently has just five service bays, which are used for work ranging from replacing suspensions to fixing trailer frames.
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