Trucking industry service firm Pacific Truck Centers has opened a new collision center and body shop at its Ridgefield location on the west side of Interstate 5 at Exit 14.
The center, at 600 South 56th Place, allows the company to extend its services beyond truck sales, parts, and repair services, according to Mark Dawkins, the company’s president.
New services include restoration, paint and customization of large rigs, such as diesel trucks, recreational vehicles and buses. Other services include welding, alignment, frame straightening, and trailer repair, along with fabrication, vinyl graphics, pin-striping, and accessories.
Pacific Truck Centers are a wholly-owned division of Pacific Power Products Co. The business operates 17 sales, service and parts warehousing facilities in six states.