Detroit Diesel gives website a tune up
REDFORD, Mich. – Detroit Diesel has given their website, www.detroitdiesel.com, an overhaul, making it easier to find Detroit Diesel products, services and dealers.
The website features information about Detroit Diesel’s growing lineup of engines as well as details about EPA 2010 regulations, including more about Detroit Diesel’s 2010 solution – BlueTec Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology. Also showcased are Detroit Diesel’s engine parts, maintenance products and their reliabilt line of factory-remanufactured parts.
www.detroitdiesel.com also features a new locator, which allows visitors to search Detroit Diesel’s network of over 800 locations for new engine sales, part and service support or transmissions and axles. Information on replacement parts, maintenance products and reliabilt parts is available through this locator as well.
The enhanced web presence also marks a major visual update, and the introduction of new features such as podcasts, a photo library, advertising campaign materials and a newsroom.
"Our updated site is a clear reflection of our mission: to make it easier for customers to get the information they need and keep them on the road," said David Siler, director of marketing for Detroit Diesel. "Tools like the locator are another example of how Detroit Diesel provides premium service and value every step of the way."
Detroit Diesel Corporation is a leading manufacturer of on-highway diesel engines for the commercial truck market, headquartered in Redford, Michigan.
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