M&W Transportation opens new truck service, repair center
The company’s new service center will increase the uptime, help promote driver safety and ensure driver and vendor satisfaction.
M&W Transportation, Nashville, Tenn., opened a state-of-the-art M&W Truck Service & Repair Center in Nashville. The new climate-controlled facility can service up to four of the company’s tractor-trailer rigs at a time, and is staffed by a team of highly qualified mechanics and technicians. The company’s new service center will increase the uptime, help promote driver safety, ensure driver and vendor satisfaction and keep M&W’s fleet of new Peterbilt and Kenworth tractors and Cummins engines running at maximum efficiency.
“We’re really excited about our new shop. We believe we’ll be more efficient than ever before,” says Zach Pugh, director of marketing and communication. “The opportunity to work out of four full-sized bays will allow us to get our trucks worked on and finished more quickly, which means our professional drivers can get back out on the road as quickly as possible. It’s good for us, for our drivers and for our vendors because ultimately, it enables us to move more freight. We’ll be even better able to serve our customers than ever before.”
The service and repair center features:
- Computer diagnostics
- Fluid analysis
- Performance optimization tools
- Omnitracs commercial vehicle telematics
- TMW transportation management software
- TMT fleet maintenance software