MIAMI - Ryder System, Inc., announced the opening of its new Ryder Vehicle Sales center, offering used trucks for sale in the Greater Vancouver Area. The facility is the first Ryder Vehicle Sales location in British Columbia. Located at 9616 188 Street in Surrey, British Columbia, the center is conveniently situated along the 57 Trans-Canada Highway and just down the street from Ryder’s full service maintenance facility on 190th street.
“The Surrey facility enables Ryder to better serve our valued BC customers and accommodate the increasing demand for quality used vehicles in the Greater Vancouver area,” said Michael Cagney, Director of Asset Management for Ryder. “With this new location, we can conveniently provide businesses with affordable, professionally-maintained used vehicles to support their needs.”
Ryder’s used-vehicle inventory includes commercial and heavy-duty vehicles including tractors, trailers, straight trucks, panel and cube vans, refrigerated trucks and stake trucks. Each vehicle is Ryder Road Ready certified and comes with a 30-day warranty and complete vehicle maintenance history. Ryder is one of the largest retailers of used vehicles in North America, selling more than 19,000 vehicles a year from more than 55 used-vehicle sales centers across North America, including seven in Canada.
Ryder will be hosting an official grand opening event for local businesses at the new facility on September 25, 2012. Attendees will enjoy a barbeque, as well as participate in a raffle drawing, receive discounts on vehicles, and meet Ryder’s local Used Vehicle Sales Manager, Darryl Wood, as well as members of the Ryder management team.
To view Ryder’s complete used vehicle sales inventory, visit www.ryderusedtrucks.ca or in the U.S., visit www.usedtrucks.ryder.com. Alternatively, customers can reach Darryl Wood at the British Columbia location by calling 1 (800) USED-TRK or directly at (604) 881-4821. Hours of operation are Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Originally posted on Work Truck Online
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