Volvo Group opens big new dealership in Sydney's west


State-of-the-art facility for Volvo, Mack and UD officially launched near interstate freeway intersection

Volvo Group opens big new dealership in Sydney's west
Trucks at VCV Sydney West Dealership

 

The new Volvo Commercial Vehicles (VCV) dealership which has been operating in Sydney’s west since early this year, has been officially opened.

The combined Volvo/Mack/UD dealership and large workshop is at Blacktown, near the "spaghetti flyover" intersection of the M7 and M4 motorways.

The old Mack dealership at Chipping Norton is now closed.

The new complex cost the Volvo group $16 million and is on two hectares of land. The company says there will be room for B-triples if they are allowed between Melbourne and Sydney.

The site is close to some massive warehouses and big trucking depots that continue to spring up at nearby Eastern Creek and Huntingwood.

Volvo Group Australia (VGA) says the workshop operation is 24 hours a day between 6:30am on Mondays and lunchtime Saturdays, and caters not only for medium to heavy trucks but buses and trailers as well.

It includes specialised services such as brake and roadworthiness testing; boasts a roof crane and oil is piped underground from a nearby storage shed.

VGA president Peter Voorhoeve says the new dealership will further improve the company’s service to truck fleets operating along the east coast of Australia.

"We have invested heavily in creating a one-stop shop for Mack, UD and Volvo truck owners," Voorhoeve says.

"The development of brand-new dealerships demonstrates our commitment to providing quality service in convenient locations for our customers."

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