Epika Fleet Services Announces Acquisition of Managed Mobile in Placentia, CA – Yahoo Finance

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Further expanding their network of mobile service in California and Las Vegas.
NASHVILLE, Tenn., Nov. 23, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Today, Epika Fleet Services, Inc. announced its acquisition of Managed Mobile, based in Placentia, California. The acquisition expands Epika’s repair and mobile service presence to the Southwest region of the United States. Managed Mobile specializes in on-site fleet maintenance, repairs, and inspections of light, medium, and heavy-duty vehicles. They currently serve more than 450 commercial fleets in LA County, Orange County, the Inland Empire (San Bernardino and Riverside Counties), San Diego, Sacramento, and the Las Vegas markets.
“Adding Managed Mobile to the Epika network is a huge step in better serving our customers in the California and Nevada markets,” said Joe Dougherty, CEO of Epika Fleet Services, “We look forward to joining our teams to expand our service capabilities and provide better maintenance and repair options to fleets and drivers who need it most.”
Paul Rygalski, President of Managed Mobile, added, “We are thrilled to be part of the Epika family. We’ve always been committed to creating and building long-term relationships and improving our services for our customers, which will be immensely easier with Epika on our side.”
About Epika Fleet Services, Inc:
Epika is a nationwide network of mobile and in-shop preventative maintenance service centers focused on commercial fleets across the country. Epika was built by partnering with and investing in the best-of-the-best in every market we serve. Our brands include LubeZone, ProFleet, All Star Truck Service, Deaton Fleet Solutions, Truckers 24-Hr Road Service, CS Truck & Trailer, Downtime Fleet Management Services, Fleet Mobile Maintenance, and Managed Mobile. We currently have 11 quick service preventative maintenance locations in California, Texas, Oklahoma, and Georgia; Nine full-service repair and maintenance facilities; and 33 branch locations operating mobile service units in California, Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, Texas, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Mississippi, Nevada, Alabama, and Florida. Epika also operates a 24/7 dispatch center with over 1,500 service providers in its network. For more information, visit www.EpikaFleet.com.
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