Kyrish Truck Centers Growth, Revenue, Number of Employees and Funding


Houston, TX USA
Total Funding:N/A
Lead Investor(s):N/A

Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • Kyrish Truck Centers's estimated revenue is currently $18.4M per year.
  • Kyrish Truck Centers's estimated revenue per employee is $306133

Employee Data

  • Kyrish Truck Centers has 60 Employees.
  • Kyrish Truck Centers grew their employee count by 9% last year.
  • Kyrish Truck Centers currently has N/A job openings.

Executive Contacts

Robert Kumar-MisirChief Marketing Officer
Chris MirantiUsed Truck Director

What Is Kyrish Truck Centers?

Family owned and operated since 1976. Kyrish Truck Centers New and Used Commercial Trucks, sales, service and parts, all models. Since 1976, when Ed Kyrish purchased the Austin International Harvester branch, the Kyrish family has been working to become the leading provider of new and used commercial trucks. Along with the International dealerships, the Kyrish family also owns and operates Longhorn Bus Sales and Kyrish Government Group, formerly known as Longhorn Regional Service Center. Kyrish Truck Centers has commercial truck rental and leasing options for box trucks, day cab trucks, dump trucks, reefer trucks, sleeper and flatbed trucks in Texas. Find us in Austin, Bryan, Corpus Christi, Houston, Laredo, Pharr, Round Rock, San Antonio, Temple, and Victoria



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