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West Carolina Freightliner Opens North Carolina Location

January 25, 2018 - Press Release

West Carolina Freightliner opened a new, state-of-the-art dealership on 4 acres in Canton, North Carolina. 

Double the size of the original location, this new facility includes 16 service bays, a 6,400 square foot parts warehouse, concrete trailer parking, an indoor truck display area and sales offices for Freightliner and Western Star trucks.

"This facility provides unmatched customer amenities and a premium environment for our employees as they provide premium service to our customers," stated Larry Tysinger, Dealer Principal, West Carolina Freightliner.

West Carolina Freightliner is the number one heavy-duty truck dealer in Western North Carolina. Its parts and service departments have access to a wide range of all make semi-truck and Detroit™ parts in their new parts warehouse. With the opening of the new location, they have added 7 new positions, increasing their staff to over 30 employees.

"We are excited to be a part of the Canton community and have been welcomed by the local businesses and residents,” added Tysinger.

West Carolina Freightliner operates two full-service dealerships in western North Carolina: Canton and Hickory.

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