Rush Enterprises is investing in its facilities and expanding its service capabilities to strengthen its network, now operating in 21 states, the company announced.
“We are proud to showcase our enhanced, state-of-the-art dealerships, offering our customers premium facilities with the best technologies and service capabilities,” said W. M. "Rusty" Rush, chairman, CEO and president of Rush Enterprises.
Since January 2016, the company has made the following enhancements to its dealership network:
- Rush Truck Center – Columbus East and Rush Truck Center – Columbus West in Ohio, in the company’s Navistar Division, have combined to create Rush Truck Center – Columbus. This new 85,000-sq.-ft. location includes 42 service bays, heated flooring, more than $2 million in parts inventory and represents International and IC Bus. Rush Truck Leasing – Columbus remains at its original location along with Isuzu truck sales.
- Also in the company’s Navistar Division, Rush Truck Center – Champaign has moved to a 44,000-sq.-ft. facility with 20 state-of-the-art service bays, two-hour diagnostics, DPF cleaning and hundreds of new and pre-owned International trucks in stock.
- In the company’s Peterbilt Division, Rush Truck Center – Odessa has moved to a new location. This 63,000-sq.-ft. facility is more than twice the size of its previous location and includes 24 service bays (including four bays with natural gas capabilities) and a 24,000-sq.-ft. parts warehouse. Rush Truck Leasing – Odessa remains at its original location.
- Rush Truck Center – Denver has moved to a new 95,000-sq.-ft. complex with 51 service bays, which includes three natural gas bays, 21 collision center bays and a paint booth. This newly-constructed facility is equipped with technological advancements and upgraded spaces for customer comfort.
- The company has opened Rush Truck Center – Bowling Green and is pleased to serve customers in Kentucky with a 10,000-sq.-ft. facility, RushCare Xpress Check capabilities and is certified for MX, CAT, Cummins and Allison.