Peterbilt’s list of top dealers includes Canadian locations
September 20, 2011
DENTON, Texas -- Peterbilt has recognized its top dealers of the year, including a trio of Canadian locations, in its Best in Class, Platinum Oval Dealer, and the all-new Peterbilt TRP Dealers of the year categories.
Taking home the top prize in the all-new TRP All-Makes Dealer of the Year category was Peterbilt Ontario Truck Centre of Mississauga, Ont.
DENTON, Texas — Peterbilt has recognized its top dealers of the year, including a trio of Canadian locations, in its Best in Class, Platinum Oval Dealer, and the all-new Peterbilt TRP Dealers of the year categories.
Among the Best in Class award winners was Stahl Peterbilt of Edmonton, Alta. Best in Class awards recognize top-performing dealerships that lead the way in parts and service performance metrics, the adoption of new Paccar programs and utilization of technologies that enhance the customer experience, according to company officials.
Peterbilt Manitoba of Winnipeg, Man. was listed among the Platinum Oval Award winners, which were recognized as dealerships that excel in overall quality, performance, and customer satisfaction.
The all-new TRP Awards recognized dealer excellence in the sales and marketing of the TRP brand of all makes parts for trucks, trailers and buses. Taking the top prize as the TRP All-Makes Dealer of the Year was Peterbilt Ontario Truck Centre of Mississauga, Ont.
“We are very proud of the TRP Dealers of the year. They have shown that TRP all makes products can grow not only incremental sales, but also conquest new markets and make our dealer network more competitive than ever,” said Darrin Siver, Paccar vice-president, general manager, Paccar Parts.
Taking home the coveted 2011 Peterbilt Parts and Service Dealer of the Year Award was Peterbilt of Sioux City in Sioux City, Iowa.
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