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UD Trucks Expands Network with the CMV Group

Monday, 8 November 2010 | Print

UD Trucks and the CMV Group (Commercial Motor Vehicles) are excited to announce the expansion of the UD dealer network, with the extension of territory for its subsidiary, CMV Truck and Bus, to include the all important Albury-Wodonga region.

CMV Truck and Bus (CMV T&B) currently forms the cornerstone of the UD Trucks presence in Victoria, with locations in Gippsland, Laverton, Dandenong and Clayton.

"With CMV T&B currently taking care of the dealer operation in Melbourne and Gippsland, the expansion of their services to take in Albury and Wodonga area is a very natural fit for both parties," said John Bushell, President of UD Trucks Region Oceania.

"This is a fantastic opportunity to expand our customer support base with a proven organisation.

"The team at CMV are highly knowledgeable and ultra professional, and we're pleased to welcome their Albury-Wodonga staff to the UD Trucks family."

Paul Crawford, CMV T&B Managing Director, sees a bright future for the UD Trucks brand in the Albury-Wodonga region.

"We are extremely proud that UD Trucks has the confidence in our organisation and our people to allow us the opportunity to continue to expand as a major dealer group for UD," Paul Crawford said.

"We are keen to explore opportunities which can drive customer satisfaction, especially in the area of ongoing service support for UD vehicles. We genuinely look forward to helping support the needs of the transport industry in the Albury-Wodonga region.

"To that end we are currently planning the development of an improved dealership facility which will be more accessible to the Highway, have more room for vehicle and trailer parking and generally provide a higher level of customer and staff amenity than the current site.

"By making this commitment, which should be operational by the end of 2011, we believe we can accommodate the expected growth and development which will, no doubt, take place in the greater Albury-Wodonga area in the years ahead."

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