Trucks are essential parts of businesses, especially those that are in the logistics and transportation of commercial goods. For these companies, a safe and efficient workhorse is a vital part of their operation — and that’s when Pioneer Truck Parts & Equipment Corporation comes in.
Pioneer Truck Parts & Equipment Corporation is a one-stop shop for those who are looking to buy brand new or pre-owned U.S. and European trucks, as well as those who need their existing trucks to be serviced, refurbished, or remodeled. They also have a wide range of truck and trailer parts: from batteries to brake calipers to lighting to trucking accessories.
Even more, Pioneer trucks are fully-customizable according to your business needs. For instance, you can choose your truck to have a sleeper or not. They can also add another wheel axle or a landing gear to support additional weight. These are just few of the many things they can do.
With their skilled craftsmen, Pioneer is able to carry American brands like International, Kenworth, Peterbilt, Freightliner, Mack, and GMC. They also sell European brands like Volvo, Man, Scania, Mercedes-Benz, Iveco, Renault, and DAF.
To guarantee the quality and durability of their trucks, Pioneer uses trusted important brands from all over the world for their spare parts. These names include TRP, PNW Systems, JOST, Kenworth, DAF, and Paccar Parts.
Pioneer Truck Parts & Equipment Corporation operates in an 8,000-square meter covered truck repair and maintenance yard in Cabuyao Laguna (near SLEX Cabuyao Exit). They do all the repairs and remodeling in-house from bumper to bumper. They also have an office in 341 G. Araneta Ave., Brgy. Santol, Quezon City. You can also visit their official website.
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