New Sca­nia ser­vice dealer in Can­ter­bury

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SCA­NIA HAS ADDED A NEW SER­VICE dealer to its South Is­land rep­re­sen­ta­tion – form­ing a part­ner­ship with ACL Small­bone to cover south Can­ter­bury and mid-Can­ter­bury.

The ar­range­ment fol­lows the merger last year be­tween ex­ist­ing Sca­nia ser­vice dealer Small­bone Ti­maru and Ash­bur­ton con­tract­ing busi­ness ACL – a get-to­gether aimed at ex­pan­sion, with a new Ash­bur­ton work­shop just opened.

Sca­nia says that ACL Small­bone – op­er­at­ing from two main lo­ca­tions, in Ti­maru and Ash­bur­ton – is “a per­fect fit for our net­work.”

The part­ner­ship will es­tab­lish “a mega site for com­mer­cial ve­hi­cles in the re­gion.”

Sca­nia New Zealand man­ag­ing di­rec­tor Mat­tias Lund­holm says the ser­vice dealer net­work ex­pan­sion “demon­strates our com­mit­ment to pro­vide a pre­mium ser­vice of­fer­ing for our cus­tomers.

“As our net­work of ser­vice deal­ers grows,Sca­nia are well equipped to de­liver cus­tomers more con­ve­nience than ever be­fore.

“The scale of ser­vice of­fered by the ACL Small­bone merger rep­re­sented an ideal ac­qui­si­tion to Sca­nia’s net­work in a key growth re­gion of the coun­try.”

Sca­nia NZ net­work di­rec­tor Colin Bow­den says that the deal was ce­mented by ACL Small­bone’s “com­mit­ment to a cus­tomer-fo­cused deal­er­ship.

“I know our cus­tomers will be im­pressed as they ramp up their new premises over the next few months.”

ACL Small­bone CEO Gary Casey says: “Sca­nia’s stand­ing within the NZ truck­ing in­dus­try, as well as its ex­pand­ing cus­tomer base,will ben­e­fit all the par­ties in­volved in this ex­cit­ing new ven­ture – most of all the truck­ies within the south Can­ter­bury and midCan­ter­bury re­gions.”

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Sca­nia NZ MD Mat­tias Lund­holm says the ex­pan­sion of its ser­vice dealer net­work demon­strates the com­pany’s com­mit­ment to pro­vid­ing a pre­mium ser­vice

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