Mercedes-Benz dealer group Rygor has opened a £4 million flagship branch in Gloucester.
The purpose-built dealership on the Railway Triangle development will sell and support Fuso Canter light trucks as well as Mercedes-Benz vehicles.
The new building comprises a van showroom and offices, as well as a workshop with bays for truck and van MOT tests, and a parts department.
It was formally opened by Gloucester MP Richard Graham at a launch event attended by customers and suppliers, senior representatives of the manufacturer and Rygor colleagues.
Tim Stacey, managing director of Rygor, thanked all of those who had helped to make Rygor’s Gloucester dream a reality, particularly the 14-strong team who had been working on the project for nearly three years, and those colleagues who had relocated from the company’s former branch in Tewkesbury.
Julie Steed, director responsible for the new dealership, said: “I am proud to be leading what I am sure will be a winning team.”