There was a grand opening event in Phoenix today as Penske Truck Leasing formally opened a multimillion dollar state-of-the-art facility.
“We moved to this new location because we needed the space due to our growth,” said Rick Pytlik, Penske senior vice president for the western region. “We’ve doubled the size of our building space and increased our acreage fivefold. We’re also now well positioned to accommodate future expansion of our operations.”
Some details about the building:
- Price tag was $6 million
- The 24,000 square-foot structure is housed on 10 acres
- Has five truck service bays and an automated wash bay
- Features a three-lane commercial truck fuel island with bulk diesel exhaust fluid (DEF)
- Built to service trucks with engines that run on compressed natural gas (CNG) or liquefied natural gas (LNG)
“Our customers are why we get up and work hard every day,” said John Marvin, the district manager.
To view the complete news release, click here.
By Alen Beljin
Photo caption: A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held to commemorate the company’s newest facility in Phoenix. Appearing in the photo from left are Penske executives: John Marvin, district manager; Rick Pytlik, senior vice president for the western region and area vice president Joe Hill.
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