Mack Trucks boosts presence in Canada

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GREENSBORO, NC – Mack Trucks has expanded its service and support in Canada by opening new facilities in Saskatchewan and Quebec.

A 117,000 square-foot Redhead Equipment facility opened in Regina, Sask. with 15 Mack technicians to serve the growing customer base in the province. The facility has 27 service bays and a truck lifting system.

Mack also moved its Anjou, Que.-based dealership to Laval, Que. for easier access for its customers, as the new location is just off major routes AR-440 and AR-25. The dealership is 19,000 square-feet and has 14 service bays and 14 Mack technicians.

“Mack’s customers reap the benefits of maximum vehicle uptime and increased ROI because of the ongoing investments throughout our dealer network,” said Stephen Roy, president, Mack Trucks North American sales & marketing. “Mack is committed to delivering products, services and support that we’re confident provide unparalleled customer value, and our dealers live this commitment every day.”

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