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Prevost opens, relocates Canadian service centers

Posted on November 20, 2013

Prevost opened a new Service Center in Toronto, Ontario, and moved their British Columbia Service Center to a new location in Richmond, approximately four miles west of the previous location in Delta.

The new Toronto center features four service bays and a parts warehouse in a 9,600 sq. ft. facility and will add to the existing support in the Toronto area. Prevost also maintains a Prevost Mobile Support Unit, which has served the Toronto area for the last 11 months, and will continue with its service to this important region in the industry.

Prevost’s new Toronto facility will be one of 11 Prevost-owned 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.

Meanwhile, the new 21,625 sq. ft. Richmond facility is equipped with six full-service bays, a large parts warehouse area, training room, customer lounge and increased parking area.

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