Commercial Truck Repair Opens New Facility in the Cornwall Business ParkJanuary 19, 2024
Cornwall Ontario – Cornwall continues to establish itself as a major logistics hub in Canada, and Commercial Truck Repair is one company helping support the sector with a major new investment of $4.8 million.
The company has opened a 18,400 sf service garage at 2550 Industrial Park Drive in the Cornwall Business Park. The newly constructed 14 bay building provides a state-of-the-art facility to allow the dedicated professionals at Commercial Truck Repair to expand its range of services to local transportation companies.
“We are very pleased to join the Cornwall Business Park,” said Raymond Desormeaux, owner of Commercial Truck Repair. “Our new facility will allow us to efficiently handle our current volume of 500 repair orders per month, as well as allow us to handle future growth.”
A second 8,000 sf facility on the site will serve as parts warehouse.
Raymond and Lynn Desormeaux started with a small shop from home and also doing road side service in 1995, and have grown from there. The company was incorporated in 1997 and formed a relationship with Mack Trucks two years later. In 2012, Commercial Truck Repair joined the NATLG Mack Lease Group. In 2019, second location was opened in Kingston, and a partnership was established with Hino Motors of Canada.
Today, Commercial Truck Repair employs over 43 personnel, including 31 in Cornwall, and maintains a fleet of 24 trucks that are leased to various customers. This also includes 3 daily-rental units, operating within Cornwall and the surrounding areas, as well as the greater Kingston area. The company offers a wide range of parts, service and repair work, including 24/7 emergency service.
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Commercial Truck Repair and dozens of other businesses were profiled in the 2023 Year in Review report from Cornwall Economic Development. To see the presentation, please follow this link: