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MHC buys Ohio dealership

Jason Cannon June 2, 2014

Murphy-Hoffman Company (MHC) has acquired a dealership in Chillicothe, Ohio from Hissong Group, Inc., a parent company to five Kenworth dealerships in Ohio.

The Chillicothe dealership, MHC says, will enable the company to expand to meet the needs of current customers, and offer new customers a multi-state network of support. MHC says it will continue to provide Whatever It Takes service to customers.

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“For more than three decades, MHC has continued to grow, offering customers more locations and award-winning services,” CEO Tim Murphy says. “We look forward to building upon that tradition as we support customers with our presence in Ohio.”

The full-service dealership will continue its current hours of service. Conveniently located off Interstate 23, MHC Kenworth – Chillicothe sells new and used trucks, parts and service for all makes and models. MHC’s expanded network now includes 93 dealerships and leasing locations across 12 states.

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