Kenworth names Quebec, Alberta dealers as part of 2020 Service Council
Leading Kenworth service managers in the U.S. and Canada help promote service and product enhancements for the company's trucks
Kenworth Truck Company has named its 2020 Kenworth Service Council, including two Canadians. Leading Kenworth service managers in the United States and Canada serve on the council, and help promote service and product enhancements for its trucks.
Members of the 2020 Kenworth Service Council are: Chairman – Nicolas Letendre, Kenworth Maska (Sherbrooke, Quebec); Ryan Dicken, GreatWest Kenworth (Calgary, Alberta); Jeff Minter, Wisconsin Kenworth (Windsor, Wis.); Matt Allen, Inland Kenworth (Fontana, Calif.); Mike D'Agostini, NorCal Kenworth (Sacramento, Calif.); Stefano Gabrielli, Gabrielli Kenworth (Jamaica, N.Y.); Jim Garner, CIT Trucks (Normal, Ill.); Wes Gellhaus, MHC Kenworth (Leawood, Kan.); Dan Mills, Sioux Falls Kenworth (Sioux Falls, S.D.); Richard Williamson, Truckworx Kenworth (Birmingham, Ala.); and Kenworth Dealer Council representative Scott Oliphant, Kenworth of Louisiana (Gray, La.).
The council works in partnership with Kenworth to support customer experience throughout the Kenworth dealer network in the United States and Canada.
Kenworth PremierCare dealers help fleets and truck operators to maximize productivity by offering a full stock of parts and accessories, expert factory-trained and certified technicians, and mobile roadside assistance.
Kenworth PremierCare Gold Certified dealers help fleets and truck operators further maximize uptime with a range of premium services, including ExpressLane availability, extended evening and weekend operating hours, well-stocked PACCAR MX engine parts inventories, dedicated KenworthTruckTech+ personnel, comfortable driver's lounges, and roadside assistance.
The PACCAR Parts 365 Customer Support Center is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The service requires no registration fee for emergency roadside assistance and is available to any truck brand. The Customer Center handles emergency roadside assistance calls and schedules service for preventive maintenance customers, among other services.
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