DENTON, Texas — Peterbilt recently invited customers to its Denton, Texas truck plant for a closer look at its vocational truck line-up.
The three-day event, called Commitment to Class, also included a tour of the assembly plant and test drives of a wide range of vehicles, including its newest Model 567 in a set-forward front axle configuration.
Dump, mixer, oilfield, tanker, heavy-haul and refuse trucks were available.
“Commitment to Class events are an effective way for Peterbilt to interact with fleet managers and provide hands-on demonstrations of our latest product innovations,” said Robert Woodall, Peterbilt assistant general manager of sales and marketing. “Additionally, our Denton manufacturing plant is one of Peterbilt’s strongest sales tools to showcase our ongoing technology investments and unparalleled commitment to quality.”
“Peterbilt’s Commitment to Class event was a great way to experience all of the truck and support technologies at the same time,” added Daryl Mizell, sourcing manager at Argos USA Corp. “I was able to drive many different truck spec’s and configurations to help me evaluate how they can help improve my fleet productivity. More importantly, it helped demonstrate a complete picture of how Peterbilt can help me do business throughout the lifecycle of the vehicle to help ensure improved performance, greater uptime and overall return and profitability.”
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