Atlanta-based Cox Automotive has acquired Dickinson Fleet Services in Indianapolis. The company says the investment will bolster the capabilities and geographic reach of Cox Automotive Mobility’s nationwide Pivet fleet services.
The company did not disclose financial terms of the deal.
Dickinson, which is a mobile maintenance provider for medium- and heavy-duty trucks and trailers in North America, features a fleet of more than 700 mobile repair units and 800 repair and maintenance technicians. The company says Dickinson’s mobile repair services will be the cornerstone of Pivet’s future growth trajectory.
“Cox Automotive is building a fleet optimization marketplace designed to manage every fleet asset’s complete lifecycle, and the acquisition of Dickinson Fleet Services both strengthens and diversifies Pivet’s growing portfolio,” said Joe George, president of Cox Automotive Mobility. “The mobile repair segment will only become more significant over time, and the seamless integration of Dickinson’s capabilities provides a considerable leap forward on our path to making Pivet the industry’s most comprehensive fleet services resource.”
The operations are expected to complement Pivet’s existing network of fixed and high-capacity service centers, including Pivet’s innovation hubs in Atlanta, Las Vegas and Phoenix, Manheim operating locations nationwide and other fleet service partner providers.