Vanguard Truck Centers opens new Texas facility

Vanguard Truck Centers opens new Texas facility

Mack Trucks and Volvo Trucks North America dealer Vanguard Truck Centers recently opened a new facility in Georgetown, Texas, expanding its sales and service support for the region north of Austin, Texas.

The Vanguard facility, the eighth Vanguard Truck Centers location in Texas and the 19th site overall for the group, initially will offer $500,000 in parts inventory, with plans to increase the amount at a later date. The facility has 12 drive-through service bays, taking up about 11,400 sq. ft. of the dealership footprint. Another 5,300 sq. ft. is dedicated to parts.

The new Georgetown dealership, opened on April 1, has 16 full-time employees, with three master service technicians, one mobile service technician and two master service advisors. The new Georgetown location is one of 19 dealerships owned by Vanguard Truck Centers, spanning Texas, Arizona, Missouri, Illinois, South Carolina and Georgia.

The 19,288 sq. ft. facility is located at 2144 Interstate 35 Frontage Road, and is open from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

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