Great Dane adds trio of B.C. dealers to distribution network
September 18, 2012
SURREY, B.C. -- Great Dane has added B.C.-based Pacific Coast Heavy Truck Group to its North American distribution network. Pacific Coast has three full service dealerships located in Surrey, Delta and Kamloops.
SURREY, B.C. — Great Dane has added B.C.-based Pacific Coast Heavy Truck Group to its North American distribution network. Pacific Coast has three full service dealerships located in Surrey, Delta and Kamloops.
“We’re very happy to welcome Pacific Coast Heavy Truck Group to our dealer group,” said Chris Hammond, vice-president of dealer sales at Great Dane. “For more than 20 years, Pacific Coast has been known as a leading provider of top-line commercial truck sales and service, so the addition of our industry-leading trailer product line is a natural fit. We’re confident Pacific Coast will provide an unmatched level of product and support for customers in this important region.”
With more than 125 employees and 45 factory-trained technicians, Pacific Coast Heavy Truck Group will now offer sales, parts and service of Great Dane trailers at all three of its dealership locations. In addition to trailer sales and service, the company also offers complete parts and service support for all makes of medium- and heavy-duty trucks through its facilities, including three mobile service trucks and seven parts delivery trucks.
“Our company was built on a platform of providing world-class products and service,” commented Peter Roberts, general manager at Pacific Coast Heavy Truck Group. “Everything that we do is designed to help our customers keep their operational efficiencies high and downtime low. As part of the Great Dane dealer network, we’re now able to provide even more choices as well as enhanced service and support. It’s a great step forward for us and our customers.”
For dealer locations and hours, visit www.pchtg.ca.
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