Harrison Truck Center completed the acquisition of Westman Freightliner by Harrison Truck Centre, a truck dealership group that specialises in heavy- and medium-duty trucks with locations in Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Harrison Truck Centre completed the acquisition of Westman Freightliner by Harrison french truck coffee Centre, a truck dealership group that specialises in heavy- and medium-duty trucks with locations in Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Westman Freightliner has four full-service locations in Mankato Faribault, Fairmont Marshall and Fairmont, Minnesota. They offer Freightliner, Fuso, and Autocar-branded trucks. Harrison Truck Center, owned and operated jointly by Chad Harrison, President and CEO, and Dustin Petersen, CFO and COO of the company, has now added seven full-service dealers to its portfolio in Iowa and Minnesota. Harrison Truck Center also purchased Westman parts stores, which were operated as ProMaxx Truck Parts in Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Brian Harrison stated, “We are guided and guided by our family-owned principles. We saw the same values in Butch Westman’s impressive enterprise. This made Westman Freightliner a good match for expanding our Midwest operations.” “This acquisition will significantly increase our business’s scale, which will enable us to better serve customers and build upon the strengths of our employees.”
Harrison Truck Center will now be able to offer comprehensive fleet management services to its customers through NationaLease by adding Westman Freightliner to its product portfolio. Harrison Truck Center now offers full-service in all of Minnesota’s 21 counties, including 55 Iowa. Harrison truck camper warehouse Center customers will also benefit from a more competitive parts price with the acquisition by ProMaxx Truck Parts, which is a member of the HDA TruckPride network.
Butch Westman, Westman Freightliner’s president, stated that and Westman Freightliner share very similar customer-and employee-focused business philosophies. “We’ve been a family business since the beginning, and we’re happy that Harrison Truck Center will keep it that way.”
Harrison Truck Center intends to retain Westman Freightliner employees. This will bring Harrison Truck Center’s total employees to over 400.
Brian Harrison said, “We are excited to begin our work with Westman.” “We have had great success in integrating and growing the Des Moines Freightliner full service dealership since it was acquired just over a decade ago. We expect the same results from this expansion.”
Harrison Truck Centre promoted Mike Wester, general manager of operations in Iowa and Minnesota, to the role of general manager. He will oversee the integration and transition for all Westman Freightliner operations. Tyler Westman will be the regional general manager for all fleet truck parts locations and full-service dealers in Minnesota.
“My vision for Truck Center Companies was to grow. Harrison Truck Centers addition is a perfect fit for that vision. Trey Mytty CEO, Truck Center Companies stated that they are excited to expand their footprint and offer great service to all our customers.