Inspired by their entrepreneurial vision, Mr. Patrick Tremblay, President, and his wife Ms. Lisa Demers, Vice-President, have met many challenges since 1991.
Patrick Tremblay, a professional mechanic, founds le Centre du Camion National in 1991 and specializes in roadside assistance. Over the years, his decisions always focus on the strengthening of company's activities in its field of expertise to ensure a consistent improvement of the services offered to his customers.
The Centre now has 10 service units.
Concerned about his customers, Mr. Tremblay purchases a commercial building located in the Boucherville industrial park. With this acquisition, the Centre du Camion National establishes a truck and trailer repair center for all truck brands, while maintaining the roadside assistance service.
Another string is added to the company’s bow: Hino’s truck concession is born, a first on the South Shore of Montreal. Here is another goal and another challenge that Patrick Tremblay and Lisa Demers want to take up. The Groupe National Hino Rive-Sud is created and quickly becomes a major addition in the sale of new and used trucks, and the sale of Hino parts on the South Shore of Montreal.
In January, the Centre du Camion National and Hino Rive-Sud progress in a dazzling manner, leading to the decision to merge the two entities to form Groupe National Hino Rive-Sud.
In June, Groupe National Hino Rive-Sud celebrates its 25th anniversary! To celebrate this anniversary, we organize a Hino clinic. Each customer receives a free 100+ point inspection performed by Hino engineers who traveled from Japan for the event.
At the heart of our development:
boldness and innovation