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Commercial emergency roadside repair service expands along Oregon’s southern I-5 corridor

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Commercial emergency roadside repair service expands along Oregon’s southern I-5 corridor
22 05 20 Moblie Diesel Service Oregon web

SUTHERLIN, Ore. – Fleet and commercial truck operators working Oregon’s southern Interstate 5 corridor between Creswell and Grants Pass who need emergency roadside repair now have 24/7 support from Mobile Diesel Service, a diesel repair company that’s been providing service in the region for more than 20 years.

“We are elated to be able to provide trucking companies and owner-operators 24/7 emergency/on-site repair for breakdowns along this section of the Oregon’s I-5 corridor,” Shawn Smalley general manager of the family-owned diesel repair service headquartered in Sutherlin, said. “Joe Foss, the owner of ERS and a 30-year road vet, is now a valued member of our all-star team here at MDS, and he’ll continue handling our expanded southern service area.”

The acquisition of ERS, LLC in Canyonville, allows MDS to provide 24/7 emergency roadside services to truckers operating along this heavily travelled southern I-5 corridor and connecting highways, according to a news release.

“Our service technicians are well-versed in CAT, Cummins, Detroit Diesel, Power Stroke and Duramax engines, as well as the drivetrains, chassis and suspensions in Class 5-8 big rigs, as well as diesel-powered pickups and RVs,” Smalley said.

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