PacLease adds five new Canadian locations

BELLEVUE, Wash. — PACCAR Leasing Company (PacLease) continues its rapid expansion with the announcement of five new locations in Canada.

“Our location growth has been exceptional,” said PacLease president Bob Southern. “PACCAR dealers are looking for more ways to serve their customers and markets, and full-service leasing offers that opportunity.”
According to Southern, customers can custom spec’ medium- and heavy-duty trucks – even hybrid units –  through PacLease, to match their transportation requirements.


“We spec’ the trucks with our customers to increase operating efficiency,” Southern added. “What’s more, we perform all the maintenance on the vehicles. It allows our customers to reduce risk by eliminating the uncertainty of unexpected costs that could impact those in ownership.”
Companies are choosing PacLease to provide customized fleet management solutions, according to the company. PacLease combines full-service leasing, rentals, contract maintenance, and support services including insurance, fuel programs and vehicle performance reporting.


“We help our customers become more successful by offering programs that make sense for their business,” said Southern.

The new Canadian locations are:

Peterbilt of Ontario PacLease, 2085 Shanly Road, Cardinal, Ont.;

Peterbilt of Ontario PacLease, 1311 Hopkins Street, Whitby, Ont.;

Peterbilt of Ontario PacLease, 36 Rutherford Road South, Brampton, Ont.;

Peterbilt Atlantic PacLease, 1528 Harrington Road, Kentville, N.S.;

Great West PacLease, 6739 67th Avenue, Red Deer, Alta.

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