Cox Automotive has added another brand to its collection.

The industry giant acquired onsite fleet maintenance provider Corcoran’s Mobile Services, further expanding Cox’s nationwide fleet maintenance coverage.

“We thrive on delivering a seamless experience 24/7, powered by our more than 1,400 elite technicians, ensuring customers’ fleets keep moving,” said Ted Coltrain, vice president of operations for Cox Automotive Mobility Fleet Services, in a news release.

“Our purchase of Corcoran’s Mobile Services reinforces our promise to show up as the trusted partner for our customers.”

Cox Automotive Mobility Fleet Services, which the company said features the nation’s largest 24/7 emergency repair and towing service, provides mobile maintenance for light, medium and heavy-duty trucks and trailers.

The acquisition of CMS, which offers mobile services in 30 states, adds to Cox Automotive’s mobile workforce of technicians.

“Corcoran’s Mobile Services has been a staple in the fleet maintenance industry for more than 35 years,” Corcoran’s Mobile Services founder Ron Corcoran said, “and we look forward to continuing to provide maintenance excellence under Cox’s leadership.”

Cox Automotive encompasses more than 20 auto industry brands, including Autotrader, Kelley Blue Book, Manheim, Dealertrack, vAuto and NextGear Capital.