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Kenworth of Pennsylvania Opens New Parts and Service Location

April 23, 2014

Kenworth of Pennsylvania has opened a new parts and service facility in McKees Rocks, an industrial area and suburb four miles west of downtown Pittsburgh.

“We anticipate great interest in this new location from many businesses in downtown Pittsburgh seeking a better, more convenient option to obtain parts and service support for their trucks,” said Chris Sipes, Kenworth of Pennsylvania vice president and branch manager of the Pittsburgh and New Stanton locations. “We’ve outfitted a Kenworth truck as a mobile service unit and will run it from our new, Kenworth of Pennsylvania – Pittsburgh location to provide fleet customers with parts delivery and remote services.”

The new dealership is conveniently located in the heart of Pittsburgh’s industrial area. Besides the Pittsburgh dealership, Kenworth of Pennsylvania operates seven additional locations in Carlisle, Clintonville, Dunmore, Lancaster, New Stanton, Shartlesville, and York, Pa.

The newly renovated facility offers two drive-through service bays with enough room to service up to eight trucks, has nearly 2,000 square-feet of parts display and storage well-stocked with quality Kenworth proprietary and TRP all-makes parts, and includes a comfortable driver’s lounge with a vending area.

“This new parts and service location coupled with Kenworth’s latest product offerings – including the Kenworth T680, T880 and enhanced K270 and K370 cabovers – will help us generate interest in Kenworth trucks among Pittsburgh area businesses,” Sipes said. “With PACCAR engine certified technicians and PACCAR MX-13 and PACCAR PX engine parts support, we also anticipate greater interest in what PACCAR engines have to offer.”

The new parts and service dealership and PacLease franchise is part of the Kenworth dealer network of more 345 locations in the United States and Canada.

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