Western Pacific Crane & Equipment Canada opens new facility in Surrey, B.C.
Western Pacific Crane and Equipment Canada has been providing customer support, service and parts in the B.C. area for Manitowoc, Grove, National Crane and PM Knuckle Boom cranes since 2011, and will now be doing so from its new location in Surrey, B.C.
The new facility, located at 9538 195th Street with close access to the Trans-Canada Highway, is in the heart of the industrial area and is in a prime location for the lower mainland.
“Our new facility allows us access to the entire province of British Columbia,” said Randy DeFosse, general manger for Western Pacific Crane and Equipment Canada. “We can provide equipment, parts and product support quickly and efficiently minimizing delay and downtime. We’re sure that our customers will notice the immediate impact that this new facility will bring.”
The new shop features four service bays; a fully staffed support team for service, parts and equipment sales; a fully equipped repair shop; eco-friendly oil/water separator for the wash bay area; mobile field service dispatch; a parts warehouse; machine inventory; a large office space.
“As British Columbia’s only authorized distributor for Manitowoc, Grove and PM cranes we are excited about what this new facility will bring to the region,” said Bob Johnson, president of Western Pacific Crane and Equipment Canada. “Our overall corporate strength in product knowledge and the support that these relationships bring from the manufactures, assure that our customers will get the best equipment, backed by the world’s largest distribution group for Manitowoc and Grove cranes.”
The facility is open during normal business hours Monday to Friday, and, as always, service and parts are available 24/7 via the telephone at (855) 352-7263. www.wpcanada.ca
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