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National Fleet Management Announces New Raleigh Durham Location


National Fleet Management,  Inc. Announces Continued Growth and New Raleigh Durham Location on Hwy 70.

National Fleet Management Inc. announces a 40.4% growth in gross sales for first ½ 2016 compared to the first ½ 2015. Additionally, National Fleet Management is extremely excited to announce their newest location set to open September 1st 2016. Their new location will be conveniently located at 3303 Hwy 70, Durham NC 27703.

“Raleigh-Durham has been on our radar for some time, we know we can service our customers better with a physical location there” says President Bill Black.

The company has been servicing the area with one service truck for the past several years. Winfred Hooker, the Raleigh-Durham road technician has done a fantastic job providing great service to our customer base already there.

The new location has 12 bays, 100 rental spots for parking and will provide fleet customers with exceptional service and quality. Lynn Watson the Director of Operations will start the new location with a 1st shift team, and plans to have a 2nd shift by 4th quarter 2016. The National Fleet Team is thrilled to no be able to serve their customers with a new shop location in the Raleigh Durham area.

The company mission statement helps NFM standout in the industry as a dealership alternative.  “To positively impact the lives of our team, customers, and vendors – using our God-given talents to outwork our competitors and deliver outstanding repairs and services. Become the Leading partner by building quality relationships with our team, customers and vendors through honest communication, teamwork, servanthood and a win-win mentality.”

Bill and his team are truly excited for what is still to come in 2016. He has been quoted to say, “We know there is still a lot of work to be done, but the momentum is building. Buckle up!”

National Fleet Management Inc. is a full service repair and maintenance company serving the Charlotte, Greensboro, Raleigh-Durham, Wilmington, and surrounding areas.


For more information, please contact Bill Black at 704-252-6948.


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