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PacLease Announces New West Coast Location

January 10, 2008 - Press Release

PACCAR Leasing Company (PacLease) continues its North American franchise network expansion with the addition of a new full-service lease location in Hayward, Calif. The new PacLease location is operated by NorCal PacLease, which has current PacLease locations in Sacramento and Oakland, Calif. “The new Hayward location allows us to better service our Bay Area customers by providing a stand alone full-service leasing facility closer to their operations,” says NorCal PacLease President Harry Mamizuka. “To help our customers adapt to their changing business needs, we will be providing a wide range of medium and heavy duty rentals, contract maintenance and full-service leasing options. This flexibility, combined with the personalized service reputation of Bay Area Kenworth, gives our customers the needed edge to compete in today’s challenging market conditions.” “PacLease prides itself on providing outstanding service and the highest quality trucks to our customers,” says PACCAR Leasing President Bob Southern. “As demand continues to grow in California, NorCal will be prepared to add value to our customers through a variety of leasing and rental programs.”The new NorCal PacLease location is at 2456 Whipple Road, Hayward, Calif. 94587, (510) 401-5390.For more information, visit
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