More than 100 companies have already announced plans to introduce new work trucks and equipment at Work Truck Week 2019.
Kenworth Truck Company
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Kenworth Truck Centres of Ontario recently celebrated the opening of a new, spacious and state-of-the-art 40,000-square-foot facility in Cambridge to replace its former Kitchener dealership. Three hundred customers attended the Oct. 27 grand opening highlighted by a luncheon, a vendor fair and tours of the facility.
Kenworth has announced three new options for its vocational lineup of trucks. Allison’s 4700 RDS 7-speed automatic transmission – with optional second “deep reverse” – can be ordered on Kenworth’s T880, T800, W900, and C500. The transmission is part of the Allison rugged duty series.
Edmonton Kenworth recently moved its Fort McMurray dealership to a 13,000 square-foot facility with a larger parts department and a four-service bay service department.
With a fleet of 65 Kenworth C500s, ATK Oilfield Transportation provides oil rig moving services throughout the oilfields of Western Canada and Texas. Founded by Artie Kos, who previously had built and sold one of the largest privately-held trucking companies in Canada, ATK was launched in 2010 with brand new Kenworth C500s carrying the load.
For Don Luft, looking back makes it easier to look forward. As an 18-year old, he got his feet wet in the oil and gas well servicing business by driving a Kenworth truck for Nowsco Well Service Ltd. Over the years, his truck took him into some inhospitable areas of the oil fields; he can even lay claim to being an ice road trucker as he traversed many miles of frozen river and lake roads as well as what seemed like endless miles of frozen muskeg throughout western Northern Canada. He learned that dependability and comfort were the hallmarks to a quality truck.
Kenworth ranks highest in heavy duty dealer service customer satisfaction in J.D. Power and Associates study
Kenworth Truck Company achieved the highest customer satisfaction ranking among truck owners in the Heavy Duty Dealer Service Segment, according to the J.D. Power and Associates 2012 Heavy Duty
Truck Customer Satisfaction Study(SM).
Truck fleets with their own maintenance shops are under increasing pressure to maximize mechanic and technician productivity and minimize parts inventories, particularly in the current challenging economy. By accomplishing these objectives, companies stand a better chance of gaining a competitive advantage and boosting profitability.