Six Canadian Peterbilt parts, service dealers earn top awards
October 15, 2012
RENTON, Wash. -- A half-dozen Canadian Peterbilt parts and services dealers have won awards at Petebilt’s annual Parts and Service Meeting held recently in Anaheim, Calif. Part of the awards program are the Platinum Oval Awards and Best...
RENTON, Wash. — A half-dozen Canadian Peterbilt parts and services dealers have won awards at Petebilt’s annual Parts and Service Meeting held recently in Anaheim, Calif.
Part of the awards program are the Platinum Oval Awards and Best in Class Awards, which recognize dealer excellence and outstanding achievements in customer support, parts and service operations, facilities and financial performance.
Taking home the Platinum Oval Award were Stahl Peterbilt (Grande Prairie, Alta.), Peterbilt Manitoba (Winnipeg, Man.), and Peterbilt Pacific (Kamloops, B.C.), while Stahl Peterbilt of Edmonton, Alta. was named a Best in Class winner.
“These dealerships consistently deliver excellent parts and service support to our customers, and they continually exceed their goals by performing at the highest levels,” said Bill Kozek, Paccar vice-president and Peterbilt Motors Company general manager.
Peterbilt dealers were also recognized for excellence in the support and sales of the TRP brand of all-makes parts for trucks, trailers and buses. Camions Excellence Peterbilt of Sainte-Julie, Que. was named the 2011 TRP All-Makes Dealer of the Year for North America.
“Camions Excellence Peterbilt is focused on all-makes, and every person in the dealership realizes the potential of the all-makes market,” Siver said.
This year, three new awards recognized dealers for their creativity and innovation in marketing, effective use of the TruckCare CONNECT system and engine parts and service excellence. Among the three new awards was the Parts and Service Marketing Dealer of the Year, won by Peterbilt Ontario Truck Centres.
“These dealers provide the finest service and best parts availability in the industry. We are proud to reward their accomplishments,” Siver said.
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