M & K Relocates, Adds Trailer Sales in Michigan

M & K Quality Truck Sales, based in Byron Center, Mich., is relocating its existing collision repair center to its new location, M & K Truck & Trailer, LLC, in Wyoming, Mich.

The new facility, located at 4350 Clyde Park Ave. SE, will introduce the sale of trailers to its existing heavy-duty truck collision repair and refinishing operations. M & K says the 40,500-square-foot facility will increase the company’s service capacity and improve the overall flow of the production. The company will have a combined 80,000 square feet in service facilities in the Grand Rapids market.

“Relocating has allowed us to expand and strengthen our brand and market share in Michigan,” says Bob DeVink, manager of M & K Truck & Trailer, LLC. “Our customers know and trust the M & K brand. It is through our broad range of quality products and services that has set M & K apart from the competition. The addition of M & K Truck & Trailer to our body shop will only deepen M & K’s relationships with customers, making us a one-stop-shop for all trucking needs.”

“M & K has long been synonymous for our excellence in transportation solutions, but consumers and businesses need and expect more from their truck dealer,” says Ron Meyering, president and owner of M & K Quality Truck Sales. “We’ve leveraged a wide range of assets to create a wide range of transportation solutions that are so much more than just selling a truck. We are interested in seeing what leading trailer brands align with the M & K mission of quality can contribute to the well-known reputation that appeals to our customer base.”

In addition to supplying new and used trucks, M & K also provides a wide range of services and products, including 34 service bays, a parts warehouse, body shop and 24/7 mobile repair. M & K also says it provides financing services, including lease and rental options in affiliation with National Lease.

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