Utility-Peterbilt Opens PacLease Dealership

Thu February 14, 2008 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


Utility-Peterbilt of Indianapolis recently opened a new PacLease franchise at its dealership location.

The franchise, Utility-Peterbilt PacLease of Indianapolis, became the first Peterbilt-PacLease franchise in the area, said Nammy Eskar, president of the Indianapolis based dealership group.

“By opening this new franchise, we offer our customers full-service leasing options through our Peterbilt line of trucks and tractors,” Eskar said.

“We have 14 years of experience assisting our customers choose the right productivity-enhancing brand for their applications. That experience, coupled with the wide range of models available through Peterbilt, means we can come up with full-service leasing options that fulfill their needs in a wide range of industries.”

Eskar said by selecting the right Peterbilt trucks, the franchise’s transportation experts can help customers solve their down-time issues, driver turn-over worries, improve their image, as well as save them capital for growth.

“We anticipate a high demand for full-service leasing because Peterbilt trucks offers great value and our team can offer solutions to customers who may have previously thought that full-service leasing was not an option,” Steve Riddle, CEO of the business.

Utility-Peterbilt PacLease of Indianapolis is located at 4255 S. Harding St., approximately 0.5 mi. north of U.S. Interstates 74 and 465. Hours of operation are 7 a.m. to midnight, Monday through Friday and 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturdays.

For more information, call 317/788-0299 or visit www.utility-peterbilt.com.




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