From left to right
Chuck Burr, Mike Burr,
Matthew McPhillips,
Jerry Vernold, Lillian Browne

After a full renovation of the recently acquired facility located at 6180 Highway Route 23 in Oneonta, Burr Truck hosted a ribbon cutting Wednesday conducted by Burr Truck ownership, the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce and the Otsego County Chamber of Commerce. Political, community and business leaders were on hand for the event, which will include an honorary flag raising ceremony in celebration of Flag Day.

Burr Truck & Trailer Sales has a fifty-year history of growth and success in the Southern Tier. Founded by Charlie, Melvin and Clark Burr in 1967, Burr Truck originally operated as a dealer for Diamond Reo and Oshkosh trucks, Strick trailers and Cummins and Detroit diesel engines. Ten years later, the Burr family decided to add Volvo trucks to their inventory.

Burr Truck has officially opened the doors on its new 5,000 square foot facility at 6180 Highway Route 23 in Oneonta. You won’t be able to miss it – the towering and beloved American flag that’s a staple of Oneonta soars proudly over the property of the new Burr Truck location. (The massive flag waved for many years above Flagpole Nissan on the Southside of Oneonta and was planted at this address on Route 23 in 2015.) The new location is a parts shop, and will offer all makes of truck parts, hydraulic hoses and fittings, and snowplow and sander parts. This comes in addition to the company’s 20,000 square foot facility in Vestal.