Daimler Trucks announces new inland NSW dealership network

A new dealership network for customers of Mercedes-Benz, Freightliner and Fuso has been introduced in regional NSW to be headed up by a 25-year industry veteran.

The dealer network led by David Warren has opened across Albury, Wagga Wagga with Dubbo set to follow later in the year.

Warren, formerly with the PACCAR-aligned Inland Truck Centres network, will head up the established sites in Albury and Wagga, where he is Dealer Principal and Owner, and the newly established dealership in Dubbo.

Daimler Truck and Bus Australia President and CEO, Daniel Whitehead, says Daimler Trucks customers in the area will benefit from the change.

“It is one thing to have the best trucks in each class, but Daimler Trucks also needs to back them with the best dealership support,” he said.

“Our customers in this vast area of rural New South Wales will now be able to expect a higher level of service than ever before from David’s high calibre team that is prepared to go out of its way to back our products and look after its customers,” said Whitehead.

“We’d like to extend a warm welcome to David and his team and thank them for the commitment to Daimler Trucks and its investment in our customers.”

Warren's hiring coincides with advanced new heavy duty product from Daimler including the long awaited Freightliner Cascadia and the acclaimed Fuso Shogun.

“We are really looking forward to backing these fantastic new products and providing the kind of support our customers need to keep working and build their businesses,” he said.

“These are remarkable trucks that can save our customers money, keep them safe and comfortable and we are proud to be able to sell and support them as part of the Daimler Trucks family.”

(Image: Daimler Truck and Bus Australia Pacific President and CEO, Daniel Whitehead, Daimler Trucks Dealer Principal and Owner Wagga Wagga and Daimler Trucks Albury, David Warren, and Director of Aftersales and Network Operations, Greg Lovrich).

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