Truck Parts and Service Magazine
Dayton Parts announced Monday it will soon be opening its third location in Canada.
The Eastern Canadian facility, located in Saint-Lèonard, Quebec, will immediately begin distribution to customers in Montreal. Dayton Parts says the opening of this additional Canadian distribution facility supports the company’s continued commitment of improved service to its customers.
“We understand the critical relationship between uptime and the efficient delivery of replacement parts,” says Paul Anderson, president and CEO, Dayton Parts. “The Saint-Lèonard distribution center allows us to be even closer to our Canadian customers in the Quebec region allowing us to provide improved parts availability for our customers to speed repairs and increase vehicle productivity.”
Dayton Parts says the 50,000 sq.-ft. facility will house the complete Dayton Parts product portfolio for greater ordering flexibility and shorter lead times. The company says ordering procedures will remain the same for all customers. Unit-down ordering is available, as-is customer pick-up.