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Kenworth dealer opens new site

Jason Cannon July 2, 2013
Kenworth dealer Trans Power has opened a new parts location one mile west of U.S. Interstate 75. The new new location in the Tifton Industrial Park will offer customers more convenient access to proprietary and aftermarket parts for vocational truck operators and regional haulers. The newly renovated 6,800 square-foot facility offers 1,300 square-feet of parts storage well-stocked with quality Kenworth proprietary and TRP all-makes parts, and has a comfortable driver’s lounge. Trans Power Kenworth - Tifton is located on five acres at 365 Southwell Blvd., in the Tifton Industrial Park. The well-fenced property offers plenty of room for truck drivers to park their trucks and trailers.
Kenworth dealer Trans Power has opened a new parts location one mile west of U.S. Interstate 75.

Trans Power, a Kenworth dealer, has opened a new parts location one mile west of U.S. Interstate 75 in Tifton, Ga.

The new location in the Tifton Industrial Park offers convenient access to proprietary and aftermarket parts for vocational truck operators and regional haulers according to Ed Birkitt, Trans Power vice president and general manager.

“The addition of this location will offer better coverage of our area of responsibility and now provides customer access to a Trans Power location within one hour,” he says.

The newly renovated 6,800 square-foot facility offers, which is located on a 5 acre site, has 1,300 square-feet of parts storage stocked with Kenworth proprietary and TRP all-makes parts, and includes a driver’s lounge.

Trans Power operates three additional Kenworth locations in Albany, Douglas, and Valdosta, Ga.

The new parts dealership is part of a Kenworth dealer network of nearly 340 locations in the United States and Canada.

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