Penske Truck Leasing expands with new facilities in Utah, Vermont

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Penske Truck Leasing recently opened new facilities in Linden, Utah, and Essex Junction, Vermont. (Courtesy: Penske Truck Leasing)

READING, Pa. — Penske Truck Leasing is now offering services in Lindon, Utah, and Burlington, Vermont. Both centers offer full-service commercial and consumer truck leasing and contract truck-fleet maintenance.

The new facility in Lindon, Utah, offers five truck bays and one wash bay, and is outfitted with Penske’s proprietary fully digital and voice-directed fleet preventive maintenance process. The site also offers Penske’s connected fleet solutions to help customers address issues and options related to onboard technology systems, such as electronic logging devices (ELDs), telematics, onboard cameras, etc.

“The new location will enable us to grow our footprint in one of the fastest-growing markets in Utah with two major universities in the immediate area,” said Fred Haddad, area vice president for Penske’s Mountain Region.

The 8,400-square-foot facility is at 1135 W. 135 South in Linden, Utah. The location is convenient to the south end of Salt Lake Valley on the Interstate 15 corridor at exit 273, and is 40 miles from Salt Lake City, 250 miles from Grand Junction, Colorado, and 390 miles from Las Vegas, Haddad noted.

Penske’s new facility in the Burlington, Vermont, area is at 40 Kellogg Road in Essex Junction, Vermont. This center also features Penske’s proprietary fully digital and voice-directed fleet preventive maintenance process and connected fleet solutions. The 4,000-square-foot facility rests on 1.6 acres about 3 miles from Interstate 89 and offers three truck service bays. The site is about 5 miles from the Burlington International Airport.

“We are excited to expand our transportation services and now offer our full-service leasing capabilities to businesses in this region,” said Tyler Hard, senior vice president for Penske’s Northeast Region. “The new facility also allows us to expand into Saturday hours, which is another value-add for customers and prospects in the region.”

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