Kenworth of Buffalo Buys Dealership in Boston Area

Mon December 17, 2012 - Northeast Edition
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Kenworth of Buffalo recently purchased the Kenworth dealership in Stoughton, Mass., along with territorial rights for eastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island from Tri-State Kenworth in Enfield, Conn.
Kenworth of Buffalo recently purchased the Kenworth dealership in Stoughton, Mass., along with territorial rights for eastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island from Tri-State Kenworth in Enfield, Conn.

Kenworth of Buffalo has acquired a Kenworth dealership in the Boston area and changed the name of its expanded, five-dealer organization to the Kenworth Northeast Group.

The dealer group recently purchased the Kenworth dealership in Stoughton, Mass., along with territorial rights for eastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island from Tri-State Kenworth in Enfield, Conn. As part of the expansion, Kenworth Northeast Group dealerships are now known by names better indicative of the market region each location serves.

Kenworth Northeast Group maintains its headquarters in Buffalo, N.Y., and operates the following full-service facilities: Kenworth of Albany, Kenworth of Buffalo, Kenworth of Rochester, and Kenworth of Syracuse in New York state, and Kenworth of Boston in Massachusetts.

A member of the Kenworth dealer network of more than 330 locations in the United States and Canada, the Kenworth Northeast Group supplies the northeast region with The World’s Best heavy and medium duty trucks, parts and service, and financing. The dealer’s mission statement is: “Providing The Services Our Customers Deserve; Delivering The Satisfaction They Expect.”

“The Kenworth Northeast Group is dedicated to providing customers with Kenworth’s excellent heavy and medium duty trucks along with outstanding support,” said Dennis Dintino, president of Kenworth Northeast Group. “We’re pleased to increase customer support with the addition of Kenworth of Boston to join our four excellent dealerships in the state of New York. We plan to deepen our market penetration and expand market share through the growth of existing operations and the pursuit of new opportunities in eastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island.”

For more information, visit

www.kenworthne.com.




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