Peterbilt has expanded its refuse truck lineup with the new Model 520 featuring new seating configurations for route collection versatility, enhanced styling and availability of the PACCAR MX-11 Engine.
It’s a state that boasts both one of the largest surface areas and smallest populations in the United States. So when Steve Mergenthaler, the third generation of leadership at the Mergenthaler Companies, says his operation partners with other carriers to transfer freight “the final mile into Montana,” trust that he’s understating things a bit.
Jeff Jefferson is not in the trucking business, but he’s like many whose livelihoods depend on the performance of a Peterbilt truck.
Peterbilt customers and enthusiasts can build their own Model 579 – choosing from a range of specs, colors and configurations – with a new, free app available for iPads through the Apple App Store.
An accelerated trade cycle does more than ensure a robust resale market and driver satisfaction at Tennessee Commercial Warehouse (TCW). It also ensures that TCW and its customers enjoy the latest in trucking innovations, such as Peterbilt’s SmartLINQ remote diagnostics system.
First Class magazine, a custom publication sponsored by Peterbilt, is celebrating its 35th Anniversary in 2016. Peterbilt launched the magazine in 1981.
Peterbilt has introduced a new formulation for its complete lineup of Axalta coatings used on its heavy-duty truck cabs and sleepers that enhances color qualities and durability. Additionally, the new coatings make production more environmentally friendly and reduce the company’s carbon footprint.
PACCAR Parts Fleet Services enables customers to streamline the parts procurement process for effective fleet management. The service provides a central ordering process for large fleets with 250 or more trucks.
PACCAR has started an engineering program with Allison Transmission to release the fully automatic Allison TC10® in the latest PACCAR models. The TC10 transmission will be offered in the Peterbilt Models 567 and 579 with both PACCAR and Cummins engines.
The Peterbilt Technician Institute (PTI) has expanded with a third location in Exton, Pa. PTI graduates approximately 100 students per year and places them into service technician careers throughout the Peterbilt dealer network.