Custom Truck opens new facility in Saskatchewan

Custom Truck Sales recently opened a new parts and service facility in Swift Current, Saskatchewan, on Highway 4 and the TransCanada Highway.

“Our new, 16,000 square-foot facility provides parts and service support to the area’s many companies involved in the agricultural, manufacturing and oil and gas sectors and to truck fleets and operators traveling through the city on the TransCanada Highway,” said Brent Leach, president of Custom Truck Sales, which celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2015.

Swift Current is undergoing an economic expansion that has resulted in substantial investment in the downtown commercial core and the development of many new and existing businesses along the highway commercial district, Leach noted.

Located on a 4.5-acre site in a growing industrial park, Custom Truck Sales – Swift Current offers customers parking for their trucks and trailers along with a customer lounge furnished with satellite TV and internet access.  The facility offers 10 service bays, with one bay serving as a wash bay and repair stall, giving the new location the flexibility to manage growth and future capacity needs, Leach said. The dealership features a 4,300 sq.-ft. parts department offering a large inventory and delivery throughout the Swift Current area.

Custom Truck Sales – Swift Current is located at 175 Industrial Dr. The phone number is 306-778-2390 or toll-free at 844-778-2390

Don Bailey, director of parts and service operations for Custom Truck Sales, oversees the store operations from Winnipeg, Manitoba. Chris Kohl manages the service department, Ken James is the parts director, and Russell Sill is the parts manager, the company added. Parts and service are available from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. The service department offers full warranty support for the PACCAR MX-13 engine, and also will do so for the new PACCAR MX-11 engine.

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