Pacific Power Products opens new facility

Pacific Power Products Company announced that its truck division has opened a new collision center and body shop at the truck center in Ridgefield WA offering a complete range of body services and repairs.

“The opening of the body shop and large paint booth allows us to become full-service in the Portland and Vancouver markets, extending our capabilities beyond truck sales, parts, and service,” said Mark Dawkins, president, Pacific Power Products. “We're now able to provide complete restoration and even customization of large vehicles from beginning to end — including paint service.”

The collision center services encompass not only welding, alignments, frame straightening, and trailer repair, but also custom fabrication, vinyl graphics, pin-striping, and accessories. The in-house DuPont paint mixing system is just one of the benefits of the new 60-foot paint booth. It can accommodate medium and heavy-duty diesel trucks, RVs, and buses. The booth meets OSHA requirements with side ventilation and air make-up unit that continuously replaces exhausted air with fresh air.

Pacific Truck Center at Ridgefield also recently opened a retail surplus truck parts store offering items such as surplus Detroit and Cummins engines, hoods, wheels, brakes, cab and rear axle assemblies, and accessories.

Most parts are all-makes and inventory changes frequently.

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