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Jasper Engines & Transmissions Launches New Oregon Branch

Posted on February 27, 2017
Jasper’s new facility in Portland, Oregon, has capacity for up to 500 units, including gas and diesel engines, transmissions, and differentials.
Jasper’s new facility in Portland, Oregon, has capacity for up to 500 units, including gas and diesel engines, transmissions, and differentials.

PORTLAND, Ore. — Jasper Engines & Transmissions recently opened a branch office in Portland to enhance service to businesses in Oregon and southern Washington state.

The 11,500 square foot Portland facility has the capacity for up to 500 units, including gas and diesel engines, transmissions, and differentials. The location also provides Jasper delivery drivers efficient drop-off and pickup capabilities, according to the company.

“We have seen phenomenal growth in the Pacific Northwest during these past several years,” said Rich Olson, Jasper regional manager for the Portland area. “This new branch office in Portland is our way of thanking customers for their loyal support.”

Jasper’s new location is at 13150 NE Airport Way in Portland. The company currently has 44 branch offices and distribution centers in 27 states.

Related Topics: engines, Oregon, transmissions

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