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Prevost opens new service center in Orlando

Posted on November 8, 2018

The Orlando service center, which opened for business at the end of August, supports local economy as it required investments of $6 million and plans to hire up to 50 employees.
The Orlando service center, which opened for business at the end of August, supports local economy as it required investments of $6 million and plans to hire up to 50 employees.

Prevost, a member of Volvo Group, opened its new service center in Orlando, Fla. With the addition, the company’s Parts & Service Network is growing again after the opening of four new service centers in North America last year.

With now 15 service locations, Prevost strengthens its network. In addition, the service network is supported by more than 190 bus certified Volvo Truck locations.

The Orlando service center, which opened for business at the end of August, supports local economy as it required investments of $6 million and plans to hire up to 50 employees. It is a full-service facility and staffed by technicians who are factory trained to work on Prevost, Nova Bus, and Volvo motorcoaches, as well as other motorcoach brands.

“Our goal is to ensure that our customers have access to our services easily. Thus, by growing the number of service centers and combining them with our fleet of mobile vans, we’re offering to our customers more options, more accessibility, and more flexibility,” added Randy Castillo, services network director for Prevost.

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