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TruckEast Stowmarket Set to Move to New Location in Bury St Edmunds

Scania dealer group and commercial workshop operator, TruckEast Ltd has continued its expansion in East Anglia, by moving their Head Office to a new purpose-built site in Bury St Edmunds, IP30 9RZ.

Located just off junction 47a of the A14 and just a short distance from its old Stowmarket base, the site measures a total of 3.7 acres giving space for a large, workshop, vehicle wash facility, electric charging points and office space. With the new facilities now available, the branch will represent an investment into the local area of over £7 million.

Utilising the new workshop and bodyshops eight 30m bays, the new branch offers servicing, repairs and maintenance for all makes of commercial vehicle.

The building has been installed with energy saving features, including solar panels, LED lighting, rainwater harvesting, full insulation, and skylights. There is also a green area to encourage wildlife and biodiversity.


Executive Regional Director of Scania Europe North Region, James Armstrong,

Managing Director of Scania Great Britain, Chris Newitt,

and Executive Chairman of TruckEast, John Biggin,

inaugurated the new site on 14th October 2022.


Harley Coulson, Managing Director, said: “This marks the start of a new chapter for TruckEast, and we are delighted to be opening the doors to this fantastic new facility, situated in such an ideal location.

The Stowmarket branch has been our home for the last 52 years and during that time the business has grown enormously, now outgrowing that location.

This new state of the art dealership will allow us to take our services to the next level for our customers; both existing and new.

We can’t wait to continue our long-standing pledge to keep your business moving”.


Matt Castle, Depot Manager, said: “We are really excited to have opened the doors and welcome in our customers, as well as our employees. The site offers an extensive range of services, and we have a great team in place to support the growing demands of the local operators.”