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PacLease Expands

September 20, 2007 - Press Release

PACCAR Leasing Company (PacLease) continues to expand its franchise network in North America with the addition of four East Coast locations.“I am pleased to announce the expansion of the PacLease network, with the opening of Motor Truck PacLease. We are excited about the new opportunities to expand PacLease and Kenworth in the state of Pennsylvania,” said Bob Southern, president of PacLease. “The addition of PacLease to the Kenworth of Pennsylvania product line up will allow us to provide a full range of products and services to our customer base,” said Tim Mitchell, president at Motor Truck PacLease. “We can now offer the World’s Best Truck, Kenworth, to the full service lease and commercial rental markets - which is an excellent fit for our team”, The new Pennsylvania locations are: Motor Truck PacLease, 198 Kost Road, Carlisle, Pennsylvania 17013, (717) 766-8000 Motor Truck PacLease, 530 North Center Avenue, New Stanton, Pennsylvania 15672, (724) 925-5000 Motor Truck PacLease, 170 Gensinger Road, Kutztown, Pennsylvania 19530, (610) 285-6516 Motor Truck PacLease, 1250 O’Neill Highway, Dunmore, Pennsylvania 18512, (570) 347-5671PacLease provides customized full-service leasing programs and truck rentals for customers in a wide variety of industries. To learn more about PacLease programs contact a local PacLease location or visit
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