Founded in 1997, C&R is housed in a seven-bay facility on nearly 10 acres located approximately 40 minutes south of the Atlanta airport.
“This strategic acquisition gives us an opportunity to better serve customers in the southeast region,” said Jerry Cignarella, president of Polar Service Centers. “C&R offered us an exceptional foundation to build upon, a solid business that will allow us to expand our services to more truck and cargo tank operators.”
Using ASE-certified technicians, C&R has built an outstanding reputation for repair and maintenance on all classes of trucks, trailers and cargo tanks, with a special focus on propane, the company said. As a NITSA-registered, final-stage manufacturer, C&R builds trucks for a wide variety of custom applications, from service bodies to cranes or a complete propane bobtail.
Under Polar Service’s ownership, the facility’s capabilities will be expanded to include chemical, food-grade and petro tank trailers, the company said.
“With the addition of C&R’s location, we have the capability to get critical, much-needed parts closer to our customers in the southeast region,” said David Clark, vice president of parts for Polar Service Centers.
“We look forward to serving our customers in the Atlanta metro area and southern Georgia.”