THE TRUCK DEPOT’S EXPLOSIVE GROWTH CREATES OPPORTUNITY FOR MASSIVE EXPANSION
The Truck Depot LLC, was founded in 2012 by Aurel Davidyan a successful entrepreneur. Aurel found an unleased and bare 10 acre parcel of commercial property in Troutdale Oregon that was completely overgrown with brush and trash and transformed it into a thriving and highly profitable business.
The Truck Depot (TTD), provides long term parking for tractor trailers, campers and other large commercial vehicles in a gated and secure environment. TTD also has a full truck service center on site and runs commercial freight with its 5 semi-trucks on a national level. Onsite, TTD has a 10,000 SF freight warehouse with 4 loading docks providing the customers access to forklifts for loading and unloading freight. TTD, now with over 250 clients paying a month fee of $140.00 per month is at maximum capacity. “We are turning away new customers every day. We don’t have a square inch of property left to park vehicles on. If we had more room, it would be rented instantly” says Davidyan.
TTD, generates revenue from the rental of the space the trucks are parked on, the leased space for the warehouse and its growing fleet of commercial trucks running logistics and freight. “It’s a cash cow. The truck drivers need a place to park their trucks when they get done making a trip. TTD provides a great and secure place for that to happen. I have watched the company grow and its amazing. Nationwide there is a major demand for short and long-term commercial truck parking. It is a fragmented industry and no one company has a real lock on the incredible opportunity.
TTD is in position to become the leader in this industry”. Says Mark Russo consultant to TTD. TTD is now offering a portion of its stock for sale in a $3 million Private Placement Offering. The $3 million offering will allow the company to expand from 1 location up to 5 beginning in both Oregon and Washington state. TTD, a debt free and highly profitable company is planning on opening the second location on 20 acres with a much larger capacity allowing up to 750 customers, a larger warehouse and adding 5 more trucks to the commercial fleet.