There’s a new Scania sales and service outlet open to Scania customers, and prospective customers, in Western Sydney.
Located on Blue Metal Road in Eastern Creek, the new purpose-built facility offers seven state-of-the-art work bays, including two drive-through inspection pits big enough to accommodate B-double sets and a bespoke wash-bay.
“We are very excited to finally open the newest branch in Scania Australia’s company-owned network for customer business,” – Sean Corby, Regional Executive Manager for Scania NSW and Victoria.
“This second Sydney branch will help us manage the increasing service load that the growing numbers of Scania trucks and buses have been placing on our Prestons facility over the past few years.
“We will be open 6 days per week from 7.00 am to midnight, Monday to Friday, and 7.00 am to noon on Saturday, and we will have a full complement of 18 technicians on duty across two shifts to ensure our customers’ trucks and buses get back to work as quickly as possible, maximizing their uptime.”
Managing the Eastern Creek Scania outlet will be Chris Nobbs and Sean says he brings lots of experience to the role.
“Chris brings a wealth of Scania experience to the role, from his days in the workshop and as part of the victorious Prestons Top Team that won Scania’s global technology competition, to his recent management activities.”
In addition to the teams of expert technicians, Scania Eastern Creek hosts a dedicated parts team and significant spare parts holding.
There are also new and used vehicle sales, as well as Scania Finance Australia and Scania Truck Rental services onsite.
Scania Australia CEO and Managing Director, Mikael Jansson welcomed the opening of the new site.
“This new facility is part of our ongoing commitment to invest in people and facilities in Australia, creating additional local jobs and even more firmly entrenching Scania as one of the leading suppliers of heavy trucks and buses.”
“Eastern Creek will support our leadership in the shift to a sustainable transport system and the industry’s widespread transition to alternative and renewable fuels as we work towards meeting the country’s climate targets.”