JASPER Opens New Branch - Transmission Digest

JASPER Opens New Branch

Jasper Engines and Transmissions has announced that it has opened a new branch office in Pensacola, Florida, to serve the panhandle are and southern Alabama markets.

Jasper Engines and Transmissions has announced that it has opened a new branch office in Pensacola, Florida, to serve the panhandle are and southern Alabama markets.

This branch is located at 7770 Sears Boulevard.

“As we continue to expand our Nationwide footprint, improving our availability and customer service is something JASPER is very committed to,” said Kevin Powell, JASPER Director of Branch Operations. “Our new Pensacola facility will allow us to service most customers in this market with a JASPER truck up to five days a week.”

The Pensacola office will be 10,000 square feet in size, and house diesel fuel and air components, gas and diesel engines, transmissions and differentials.

“The growth in the panhandle has exceeded our expectations,” said JASPER Regional Vice President, Richard Olson. “So, it is only natural to have a physical location for our great customers.”

“Jasper Engines & Transmissions currently has 49 branch offices, and two distribution centers, servicing the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico,” Olson added.

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