The PACCAR Powertrain, one of the most important and complex product launches in Peterbilt history, was guided from the start by a simple question: “How will this benefit our customers?”
Benefiting the customer with rugged yet weight-saving innovations for the vocational market, Peterbilt has launched production of its new PACCAR 20,000- and 22,000-lb. wide track steer axles. The new axles advance Peterbilt’s leadership position in providing durable, profit-driven solutions for the heavy truck industry.
Giving customers a unique opportunity to honor Canada’s rich history, Peterbilt has announced the availability of the Model 389 Canadian 150th
Anniversary Edition, featuring distinctively Canadian features in combination with the standard-setting quality and performance features of Peterbilt’s legendary traditionally styled conventional.
“What do you do?” That sounds like a simple enough question when posed to anyone whose business requires the use of a truck. But when that question is followed by “What equipment do you use?” prepare for a lengthy answer.
Peterbilt rang in the New Year with the opening of a new Test Building and Automated Storage and Retrieval System (ASRS) for painted parts at the company’s manufacturing plant in Denton, Texas.
Recognized for outstanding fleet sales and support, The Peterbilt Store — now featuring 15 locations in seven states — has been named the 2016 Peterbilt North American Dealer of the Year.
Peterbilt continues to engineer new technologies and innovations into its popular Model 579, with recent updates to its EPIQ package, interior colors, and automatic interior temperature control.
New design features and updates have resulted in weight savings, increased function and improved serviceability for the Model 220, Peterbilt has announced.
The Allison TC-10 transmission will be available in Peterbilt Models 567 and 579 later this year, Peterbilt has announced.
This issue of First Class focuses on innovative business leaders from very different industries who have embraced change and successfully partnered with Peterbilt to navigate their way through it.
Based on the success of the aerodynamic Model 579 EPIQ sleeper truck, Peterbilt has introduced the aerodynamic, fuel-efficient Model 579 EPIQ day cab. “Fleets wanting to operate fuel-efficient day cabs have been an underserved market, and Peterbilt is pleased to provide the new Model 579 EPIQ day cab,” says Robert Woodall, Peterbilt Assistant General Manager of Sales and Marketing.