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Chevron debuts new Delo Truck

DALLAS, Texas -- Chevron Lubricants pulled into the Great American Trucking Show this week with a brand new Delo Truck that will serve as a "rolling ambassador" for the Delo brand.


Chevron's new Delo Truck made its debut at GATS.
Chevron's new Delo Truck made its debut at GATS.

DALLAS, Texas — Chevron Lubricants pulled into the Great American Trucking Show this week with a brand new Delo Truck that will serve as a “rolling ambassador” for the Delo brand.

The rolling exhibit is 22-ft. wide when fully deployed, and features 19 stations guests can visit to learn about Delo technology. The trailer is being pulled behind a specially-decorated Kenworth T700.

The truck will be making appearances at major trade shows, Chevron distributor locations and truck stops.

“Today, the transportation industry faces a number of challenges,” said Doug Hinzie, vice-president, Finished Lubricants Americas, Chevron Products Company. “The new Delo Truck provides a modern, engaging and highly mobile platform to discuss these challenges and to demonstrate how Chevron, our distributors and the Delo product family can provide solutions that deliver bottom-line value. This 18-wheeled testament to innovation is a reflection of our ongoing commitment to the industry, technology leadership, our distributors and the Delo brand. It’s a truly unique offering.

Delo Truck Facts:

  • Original Launch Date: July 29, 1999, Louisville, KY
  • States visited: 49
  • Countries visited: United States, Mexico and Canada
  • Average miles per year: 40,000+
  • Cab: 2011 Kenworth T700
  • Engine: Paccar MX-455
  • Factory-filled with Delo 400 LE SAE 15W-40
  • Tractor-trailer length: 80′
  • Trailer length: 48′
  • Total Weight: 70,000 lbs
  • Wheelbase: 267″
  • Learning Stations: 19
  • Displays: 21

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