Merx Truck & Trailer expands in the Midwest

Merx Truck & Trailer.

US-based heavy vehicle repair company, Merx Truck & Trailer, has acquired a truck service company in Altoona, Iowa.

Merx Truck & Trailer is combining Majestic Truck Services with its existing operations.

“This acquisition marks yet another important step in our growth journey, and we’re enthusiastic about harnessing Majestic Truck’s capabilities to enhance our customer service and fuel our continued expansion,” said Merx Truck & Trailer CEO, Christian Peneff.

Majestic Truck Services, according to Merx, has been a reputable player in the truck and trailer body and collision repair industry since 1979. It has a highly skilled team of technicians and operates facility that is approximately 4,923 square metres in size.

As part of the transaction, Majestic Truck’s operations will be seamlessly integrated into Merx Truck & Trailer, maintaining a consistent level of excellence while creating new opportunities for its workforce.

“We are very pleased with the way this partnership developed,” said Majestic Truck President, Marc Hyland.

“Our customers will now benefit from an even wider range of services and resources, our employees will have significant room for growth in an active and rapidly growing organisation.”

The addition of Majestic Truck demonstrates Merx’s dedication to delivering the utmost level of service and support to its customers. With the closing of this transaction, Merx continues to actively look for additional opportunities to expand throughout the Midwest.

Merx Truck & Trailer also has facilities in Melrose Park (Illinois), Channahon (Illinois), Schaumburg (Illinois), Cumming (Iowa) and Dallas (Texas).

Earlier this year, Merx announced the acquisition of North Texas Fleet Services in Garland, Texas.

In other news, US-based liquid and dry bulk carrier, TransWood, has agreed to acquire Sinclair Trucking Company assets.

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