With full drive through servicing facilities for “B” doubles and road trains, as well as a modern drivers lounge, the CJD Trucks facility in WA is truely state-of-the-art.
Whether you have one truck or an entire fleet, CJD Equipment have the experience, tools and facilities to take care of your truck servicing, parts and repair needs. Our service department staff are specialists in the maintenance and repairs of all trucks brands and models, and can satisfy most requirements in the transport industry. Our Mobile Truck Mechanics are also available to assist you on site should you need them.
Our fully equipped workshops in Western Australia, Northern Territory and Tasmania specialise in a range of maintenance and repair solutions including:
- Engine Rebuilds
- Gearbox Repairs
- Breakdown and onsite services
- Auto-electrical and Air-Conditioning
We also stock all major trucking brand parts, and our knowledgeable staff are on hand with expert advice and technical support.
CJD Equipment has a forged a strong relationship with PACCAR over the past 30 years of our partnership. We work closely with their PACCAR Parts division to supply genuine Kenworth, DAF, TRP and multiple vendor brand parts across WA, NT and TAS.
CJD Trucks – Forrestfield, WA
Our state of the art CJD Trucks branch in Forrestfield is the only CJD branch exclusive to trucks. The facility was built in 2005 and is deemed the most modern and efficient truck sales and service facility in Western Australia
With full drive through servicing facilities for “B” doubles and road trains, as well as a modern drivers lounge it truely is state of the art. Drivers accomodation is available upstairs with private shower and bathrooms facilities also available for those requiring overnight servicing or repairs. The private drivers lounge features it’s own kitchen and dining area, as well as a t.v, pool table and a vending machine. No expense has been spared to ensure our customers have everything they need to relax and catch up on some sleep while their truck is been taken care of.
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