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MaxiPARTS relocates from Albury to larger Lavington premises

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article image The new MaxiPARTS Lavington premises

Truck and trailer parts chain, MaxiPARTS has moved from its existing Albury store to a new, purpose-built and larger facility in Catherine Crescent, Lavington, NSW. 

Now open for business, the new building is less than 3km from the previous location and provides a significantly larger retail and warehouse space to allow the business to properly stock and display its expanded range of products. 

National Retail Manager, Justin O’Brien explains that the move was necessitated by the need for more space given the increased range of oil, filters, batteries and transport equipment accessories in the MaxiPARTS business. 

MaxiPARTS’ product range continues to expand to become a true ‘one-stop-shop’ for the transport industry and trades in general, stocking everything from tyres and suspensions to tool kits and portable fridges. 

Wes Higgins, MaxiPARTS Albury Manager adds that the new facility reflects the service and product range available from MaxiPARTS; the new site will allow them to provide greater value to their customers through a larger and wider stockholding and a site that includes truck parking for easier access. 

The announcement is a further expansion for the truck and trailer parts chain. It comes just one week after MaxiPARTS General Manager Peter Loimaranta announced the acquisition of NSW parts business, Central Coast Truck Parts and the relocation of its Moorebank site to a larger facility in Ingleburn.

The new MaxiPARTS branch at 3/115 Catherine Crescent, Lavington is now open for business. The facility can be easily accessed from the Hume Hwy Thurgoona Drive exit ramp.

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