Papé Kenworth opens parts and service facilities in Oregon and Washington

May 23, 2013

Papé Kenworth has opened new parts and service locations in Klamath Falls and Tangent, OR, and Kelso, WA.

“With the addition of these three new dealerships, Papé Kenworth has significantly expanded its service footprint throughout Oregon and southwest Washington,” said Jason Muggy, general manager of Papé Kenworth’s Southern Oregon region. “The new Papé Kenworth locations serve large local market areas to keep customers moving forward in a variety of industries, primarily logging and forestry, lumber and building materials, over-the-road trucking, and agriculture.”

Papé Kenworth - Kelso is located at 2504 Talley Way, near the southern end of the Kelso-Longview Airport, and less than a mile from Exit 36A off Interstate 5. The 10,000-sq.-ft. facility includes an extensive parts inventory tailored for the local market. There are four dedicated Kenworth service bays, a four-post service lift, and a mobile service truck, which can respond to the remote service needs of logging companies and other customers. The 5-acre site provides plenty of room for customers to park their trucks and trailers.

“Customers can now opt to stop at Papé Kenworth in Kelso for service and avoid traffic congestion in Portland, 50 miles to the south on Interstate 5, or in the Seattle-Tacoma area more than 100 miles to the north,” said Mike Pati, Papé Kenworth Portland region general manager. “That makes the location especially convenient for customers in southwest Washington and northwest Oregon.”

Papé Kenworth - Klamath Falls is located at 9135 Highway 97 South, about two miles south of Klamath Falls off The Dalles-California Highway (U.S. Highway 97). The Klamath Falls location has a 3,500 sq.-ft. maintenance facility with two dedicated Kenworth service bays, a 3,750 sq.-ft. parts area, and parking. It also provides parts delivery service and a mobile service truck.

Papé Kenworth-Tangent is located at 33693 McFarland Road in Tangent near the Albany-Junction City Highway (Oregon Highway 99E) Interchange and Route 34. The facility offers four service bays, 3,750 sq.-ft. parts area, and comfortable driver’s lounge. It offers a parts delivery service and a mobile service truck.

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