Stahl Peterbilt opens new body shop in Edmonton

by Truck News

EDMONTON, Alta. – Stahl Peterbilt has opened a new body shop in Edmonton this week.

The body shop is a place for heavy truck accident repairs and is located at at 11603 – 181 Street, just one block south of the Stahl Peterbilt head office. The new shop features 22 bays and is an impressive 25,485 sq. ft. The shop offers a variety of services including custom paint and body work, driveshaft repairs, vehicle inspections and wheel alignments.

“This is an exciting time for Stahl Peterbilt, we have a lot of innovative things in the works that we know our customers will find value in,” said Eddy Stahl, president of Stahl Peterbilt. “Our mission is to provide the best customer service in all areas of our business. To further our commitment to that, we have increased the overall service capacity of our dealer group by building a new body shop and expanded the services offered in the body shop by investing in unique equipment, like driveshaft diagnostics. This new building was an expansion onto the PDI facility that we built in 2012; that entire branch can now operate as an efficient custom truck shop and we are eager to see the incredible Peterbilt trucks that will be created there.”

With the addition of the body shop, there is now a total of 72 bays in Edmonton. The 10-bay shop where the old body shop was located is now used for engine repairs. The new facility has a 3,627 sq. ft. parts warehouse on site staffed with factory trained parts technicians, as well as a washbay, a 3,513 sq. ft. office area, change rooms, and lunchroom.

Stahl Peterbilt also announced that Deryl Gallatin has joined Stahl Peterbilt as the body shop/PDI facility manager. He has more than 15 years experience as a heavy duty service manager.

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