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Penske appoints Hunter Valley as AWD dealer

Penske Commercial Vehicles has announced the appointment of Penske Power Systems in the Hunter region of NSW as an all-wheel drive (AWD) dealer effective immediately.

The dealership, located in McDougalls Hill, Singleton, will support the area with retail sales, general parts and service support for the Western Star Trucks and MAN Truck & Bus AWD range.

Additional office space will be part of ongoing refurbishments currently being made at the branch.

This will include increased parking for trucks and trailers and traffic redirection to improve access to service bays, the workshop and a new truck display area.

Kevin Dennis, Penske Commercial Vehicles Managing Director said the appointment was a continuation of its strategy to provide customers with the best experience and support.

“We identified an opportunity in the market to service customers in the region, particularly in the mining industry, extending the existing relationships that Penske Power Systems already has,” he said.

“Having serviced the on-highway region with the MTU, Detroit, and Allison Transmission brands for over 20 years, Penske Power Systems has a great understanding of the local market and has the supporting infrastructure in place, backed by a broader national network of branches, giving customers peace of mind that they will always receive the best of care.”

In addition, Penske Power Systems has added experienced on-highway technicians to the team.

“Our team is excited to add all-wheel drive products to our range of product, parts and service support for customers within the Hunter region,” said John Delany, Penske Power Systems General Manager Regional Operations.

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