Freightliner creates ‘Framework’ for truck equipment manufacturer support
March 6, 2013
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- Freightliner has introduced its Frameworks Truck Equipment Manufacturers program at the 2013 NTEA Work Truck Show this week. The Frameworks program provides members a suite of services and tools geared toward vocational...
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Freightliner has introduced its Frameworks Truck Equipment Manufacturers program at the 2013 NTEA Work Truck Show this week.
The Frameworks program provides members a suite of services and tools geared toward vocational body builders, including online and onsite training, 3D chassis layouts, updated Freightliner body builder books, a dedicated chassis upfit hotline for truck equipment manufacturers, co-marketing opportunities, and financing packages through Daimler Truck Financial, including wholesale and retail end customer financing, according to Freightliner.
“The goal of the Frameworks package is to strengthen our partnership with truck equipment manufacturers, saving them time and most importantly money, ultimately resulting in savings seen by the end-users,” said Mary Aufdemberg, director of product marketing for Freightliner Trucks. “Freightliner Trucks will continue to provide truck equipment manufacturers innovative solutions like the Frameworks program to meet the requirements of their customers.”
The Frameworks program has different levels of membership featuring various benefits. For more information, contact a Freightliner vocational sales manager or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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