Beverly Tire opens new state-of-the-art facility in Cambridge

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CAMBRIDGE, Ont. — Beverly Tire officially opened the doors to its new 12,000 sq. ft. state-of-the-art facility June 15. The new facility will provide tire service and repair to the Tri-City area, including the repair of the largest off-the-road tires used anywhere in Southern Ontario.

“Beverly Tire’s newest facility brings more than 100 years of combined industry experience to the city of Cambridge,” said Bill Streeter, Executive Vice-President, Beverly Tire Group. “We are dedicated to providing our clients with the highest level of service, and our move to Cambridge is yet another means to of responding to our customers needs.”

Constructed by Gateman Milloy, the new facility boasts a spacious drive-thru area designed for faster and more convenient and servicing.

“Beverly Tire has been part of the Cambridge community for six years, and today marks the opening of their third business in our city,” said Cambridge mayor, Doug Craig. “Beverly Tire has chosen to further expand their services and business, and we are honoured that they continue to support the city of Cambridge.”

Beverly Tire has been in Cambridge since 1999, with a large truck tire retread manufacturing plant and retail tire and automotive service store.

The new facility is located at 370 Industrial Road, near the 401, just west of highway 24.

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