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Prevost to build Tennessee service center

Posted on August 18, 2008

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Prevost has begun construction work on a new, 58,000 square-foot Nashville, Tenn. Parts and Service Center.

The facility will be more than twice the size of the Whites Creek, Tenn., operation, offering routine maintenance, cosmetic upgrades, and major accident repairs. Every aspect of the new building will be custom-built — from design of its 13 service bays to systems for super-efficient parts warehousing, conference and training rooms, and an amenity-rich customer lounge.

The expanded warehouse space will allow Prevost to distribute parts more efficiently throughout the U.S., and its large exterior space may be used for future expansion and to provide long-term parking for customer vehicles.

The new Nashville facility will be one of six North American service centers where factory-trained experts provide a full range of maintenance services and mechanical repair solutions to get vehicles up and running quickly.

The service center is expected to become operational in summer of 2009.

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