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Jarvis Truck Sales joins Pacific Truck Centers

Jason Cannon January 13, 2014

Jarvis Truck Sales recently united with Pacific Truck Centers in order to broaden its service capabilities. Subsequently, it became the newest Western Star dealership in Washington state.

“We see this as a positive step forward for our business and we’re excited about this new partnership with Pacific,” says Gordon Jarvis, founder of Jarvis Truck Sales and now the site’s branch manager. “Each of our Jarvis employees remain on staff and our truck sales side of the business will now have a much larger selection of quality pre-owned and new trucks to meet our customer’s needs.”

Todd Tracy, New Truck Sales Manager ,says PTC  is happy about bringing a new Western Star dealership to the I-5 corridor.

“This location is centrally located to better serve the existing regional customer base as well as the Canada to California haulers who travel the I-5 freeway on a daily basis,” he says.

Additional services now available through the site located just off I-5 Exit 57 include increased 24-hour emergency/mobile fleet repair and periodic maintenance services, a broader range of surplus parts, expanded technician training and resources, new and used Western Star truck sales and expanded parts delivery.

Pacific Truck Centers, a wholly-owned division of Pacific Power Products, sells used trucks at all its locations and operates factory-authorized Freightliner and Fuso dealerships in Medford, Coburg, and Redmond, Ore., and Kapolei, Hawaii. The company also represents Western Star trucks in Coburg, Ore., Toledo, Wash., and Anchorage, Alaska.

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