Ohio Volvo dealership expands, adds natural gas service capabilities

Oct. 1, 2014

Young Truck Sales, a Volvo Trucks dealership based in Canton, OH, has completed a $4 million expansion, including the opening of a building dedicated to service natural gas vehicles.

The expanded full-service dealership, located off Interstate 77, now includes 30 service bays and $800,000 in parts inventory.

“I am greatly impressed by the expansion of Young Truck Sales and the increased level of service and support they will provide to Volvo customers,” said Göran Nyberg, president, Volvo Trucks North American sales & marketing. “The strength of our dealer network and the capabilities at each location continue to play an integral role in maximizing uptime for our customers.”

The expansion added 16 service bays, including 8 for natural gas vehicles. The facility is certified for natural gas, cryogenic gases, diesel and gasoline. Young Truck Sales is the first independent authorized as a warranty provider in the U.S. for Agility Fuel Systems, the company said.

“We are proud to start our 60th year by unveiling our renovated and expanded Volvo dealership location,” said Craig Young, president of Young Truck Sales. “Young Volvo’s mission statement is to ‘make our customers successful,’ and we feel that having the service and repair support for our customers adopting natural gas power will be an integral part of us fulfilling our commitment.”

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