Potter Webster celebrates grand opening at Washington facility

Updated Oct 12, 2017

Potter Webster Company has formally opened the doors at its new permanent location Longview, Wash.

Potter Webster has operated a location in Longview for 35 years, and recently the management team invested $2.5 million into a new facility in the area, demonstrating a commitment to the local economy, their valued employees, and the customers they serve.

One of the original founders of HDA Truck Pride, Potter Webster Company is “locally owned and nationally known.” Potter Webster Company is headquartered in Portland, Ore., with the Longview, Wash., branch location, as well as McKay Truck, Trailer & RV Repair and Service operations in Portland and Albany, Ore.

“The customers of Longview have been loyal to us. We thought it was the right time to establish permanent residency to continue to service the commercial vehicle market,” says Richard Calcagno, general manager of Potter Webster. “This facility enables us to continue to provide excellent support to valued customers and employees to ensure sustainable growth.”

“The staff was all smiles as they served lunch to their valued customers,” adds Mike Copeland, business development manager at HDA Truck Pride. “Potter Webster has put permanent roots down in Longview. They’ve demonstrated a commitment that they will be present for the long haul.”

Potter Webster has more than 75 years of experience of serving the light-, medium-, and heavy-duty truck and trailer markets with quality replacement parts for brakes, clutches, axles, electrical, suspension, and more. Certified parts professionals select only premium parts for quality and performance, the company says.

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