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Canadian dealerships combining operations

Jason Cannon June 17, 2013

Two Nova Scotia truck dealers announced they are consolidating operations.

Freightliner dealer Nova Enterprises and Sterling and Western Star dealer Lockhart Truck Centre will compine to form one company with more than 150 employees, the company said through a joint release.

James MacKay, president of Nova Enterprises, will become chairman of the board for the new entity and Peter Macgillivray, president of Lockhart Truck Centre, becomes president and dealer principal.

John A. Mackay and Rod MacKay will also join the group.

Jack MacKay will retire and David Lockhart will be move on to new opportunities according to the release.

Lockhart Truck Centre has locations in Dartmouth and Westville, while Nova Enterprises has three locations in Truro and one in Dartmouth.

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