WTW23 product introductions

This article was published in the April 2023 edition of NTEA News.

Nearly 30 companies launched new products and shared news during press conferences at Work Truck Week 2023. Following are some of the commercial vehicles, bodies, equipment, accessories and programs announced at the event. To learn more, visit worktruckweek.com/coverage.

Bollinger Motors introduces commercial all-electric truck
Bollinger Motors (Oak Park, Michigan) featured its B4, a Class 4 truck beginning its design verification build, in preparation for full production launch in 2024.

The B4 features an estimated range of 185 miles, can be charged in as quickly as 1.2 hours and is rated at 323 horsepower with 675-foot pounds of torque. It has a gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) of 15,000 pounds and a maximum payload of over 7,000 pounds.

The B4 will be followed by the B5, a Class 5 chassis cab truck with a 19,500-pound GVWR and a payload capacity of well over 11,000 pounds.

Bollinger’s low cab forward trucks are designed for safety and hard work – without compromise – and are highly adaptive, meaning they can be upfitted to meet a wide variety of customer requirements.

Visit bollingermotors.com for details.

Certified Power Solutions launches FleetPilot Connect™
Certified Power Solutions (CPS) (Minneapolis, Minnesota) launched its latest innovation in snow and ice removal operations – FleetPilot Connect. The new purpose-driven telematics solution leverages Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity to provide real-time and post-storm data across key areas of fleet operations. This gives fleet managers essential information to optimize route planning for drivers during snow emergencies, address winter road maintenance needs, enhance public safety, and effectively streamline operations before, during and after snow events.

The addition of FleetPilot Connect strengthens the CPS portfolio of winter road maintenance solutions that help single truck municipalities through large fleet state level Departments of Transportation (DOTs) preserve safe road conditions, stay ahead of increasing environmental mandates and maintain optimal fleet performance across all seasons.

Recognizing that a “one-size-fits-all” solution is not practical, CPS and its team of expert engineers provide a consultative approach by working closely with public and private customers to develop customized solutions – complete with integrated spreader control systems – to meet the unique needs of their operations. By providing backward compatibility to existing Certified Power and Cirus Controls technologies, equipment managers can upgrade and add new modules over time without completely replacing their current systems — providing value even with tightening budgets.

The new CPS telematics offering gives customers complete control over their data with the ability to integrate with state-specific software and other existing investments, giving them access to real-time vehicle data.

Visit certifiedpowersolutions.com to learn more.

Ford Pro announces Elite Commercial Service program and E-Transit one-year anniversary
Ford Pro (Dearborn, Michigan) expanded its one-stop-shop, announcing the latest news on next-gen EV products and services.

Every Ford Pro customer needs a trusted source for acquisition, upfit and service. In the U.S., Ford has over 650 specialized Commercial Vehicle (CV) Center dealers, all EV-certified, providing this coverage backed by local expertise.

The Ford Pro Elite Commercial Service program is an extension of that promise by expanding Ford’s strong network of CV centers by adding 120 dedicated, large-bay service hubs across the United States with extended hours and rapid turnaround — to improve productivity, lower cost of ownership and increase uptime. These new Ford Pro Elite Commercial Service centers are aimed squarely at helping commercial customers work better, with productive, durable, and smart vehicles and connected services.

Ford Pro also shared that a year after making its North American debut, the Ford E-Transit™ van established itself as the leader of the pack in the all-electric commercial cargo van market. E-Transit is the best-selling electric cargo van in the United States and Canada, as well as the sales leader in Europe. As demand for the vehicle rises, Ford will be boosting E-Transit production at its Kansas City Assembly Plant.

Across the U.S. and Canada, customers have logged more than 12 million miles since the all-electric van arrived in February 2022. In that time, Ford Pro E-Telematics data shows E-Transit drivers have saved more than 745,000 gallons of gas and more than 4.3 million kilograms of CO2 as compared to comparably sized gas-powered Transit® vans.

For more information, visit fordpro.com.

The Godwin Group features Allied Mobile Systems truck monitoring system
The Godwin Group (Dunn, North Carolina) unveiled a total truck monitoring system — Allied Mobile Systems — designed specifically for dump trucks that actively makes even the most inexperienced operators safer, more productive and more profitable.

Allied’s new complete truck monitoring control system for dump trucks actively monitors hydraulic and dump body operations as well as chassis operational data. This is a “whole truck” monitoring approach which allows for active intervention of unsafe equipment operation.

For details, visit godwinmfg.com and alliedmobilesystems.com.

Hino Trucks expands product portfolio to include electric vehicles
Hino Trucks (Novi, Michigan) announced an expansion of its product range to include electric vehicles. The company will offer an electric version of its M- and L-Series medium-duty trucks branded Me Series and Le Series available in 2024. Hino Trucks will begin production of these new vehicles integrating SEA Electric’s SEA-Drive® power system.

The Hino Class 5 M5e cab over and Class 6 L6e conventional models come equipped with battery capacities of 138kwH and 220kwH, respectively.

Hino’s national dealer network is well prepared for the coming changes. Each dealer is already high-voltage trained from Hino’s previous hybrid product and can service electric vehicles safely and efficiently. To further compliment the EV transition, the OEM is building infrastructure to support these trucks with Hino INCLUSEV, a premier portfolio of end-to-end electric vehicle enablement exclusively available through Hino’s nationwide dealer network. This is a customer-centric, dealer-unified end-to-end EV enablement solution that includes consulting, sales, infrastructure, single-source financing, support and service.

Learn more at hino.com.

Isuzu introduces its first electric truck, the N-Series EV
Isuzu Commercial Truck of America Inc., (Anaheim, California) announced its first all-electric production model, the N-Series EV. The 2025-model-year Class 5 truck — featuring a full 19,500-pound GVWR, a battery electric platform developed by Isuzu Motors Limited and an all-new cab design — will be available in the first half of 2024.

Additional features include:

  • Wheelbases ranging from 132.5–176 inches to accommodate a variety of body lengths
  • Standard cab design
  • Four choices of battery capacity, the largest of which has a range up to 235 miles
  • DC fast charging and AC (Level 2) charging capability
  • An optional Advanced Driver Assistance System package designed to improve driver, passenger and pedestrian safety and to help reduce the number and severity of collisions
  • A new cab, inside and out, engineered from the ground up to increase driver safety and comfort

The truck is scheduled to be assembled in the United States for sale in the U.S. and Canadian markets.

For details, visit isuzucv.com.

JB Poindexter & Co. announced innovations in work trucks
JB Poindexter & Co.’s (JBPCO) (Houston, Texas) market-leading businesses, including Morgan Truck Body, Morgan Olson, Reading Truck, EAVX, Masterack and Leer, announced several new innovations in work trucks.

Morgan Truck Body, a North American manufacturer of light- and medium-duty freight and refrigerated van and truck bodies:

  • Project NEO, a proof-of-concept dry freight body
  • Class 4 Parcel Van Full-Height Walk-through
  • Self-contained Roadside Assistance Vehicle (RAV)

Morgan Olson, a North American producer of walk-in step vans:

  • Proxima Class 5 last-mile delivery vehicle
  • Proxima Class 2B last-mile delivery vehicle

Reading Truck’s award-winning utility and service truck bodies:

  • New Contractor Body – the newest addition to Reading’s lineup
  • Introduction of Project ZEVx, a concept vehicle between EAVX and ZEVx

Masterack, a leader in the design and manufacture of high-quality products for commercial-grade van and pickup cargo management solutions:

  • EV-ready upfit solutions for lighter, durable storage that maximize payload
  • New line of folding shelves displayed in a Morgan PVW truck body and a Ford Transit van

Leer, a leading North American manufacturer of truck caps:

  • 100SCC Commercial Fiberglass cap with fully flush side doors, solar power, camera integration and proximity-based keyless entry

For more information, visit jbpoindexter.com.

The Knapheide Manufacturing Company recognizes 175 years in business
Celebrating 175 years in business, The Knapheide Manufacturing Company (Quincy, Illinois) displayed a lineup of heritage vehicles that help portray the story of its history. Knapheide continues to provide customers with high-quality, work-ready transportation solutions and ranks as a leading manufacturer of truck bodies and provider of commercial vehicle upfitting.

Knapheide’s industry-leading truck bodies and truck beds are backed by the largest and most dependable distribution network in the industry. Their comprehensive and innovative selection is well-suited for commercial agricultural, construction, electrical, HVAC and plumbing vehicles, among other vocations.

Visit knapheide.com for details.

Lincoln Electric introduced Ranger Air 260 MPX multi-function engine drive
Lincoln Electric (Cleveland, Ohio) introduced the all-new Ranger® Air 260MPX™ multi-function engine drive. Available later this year, this high-performance, versatile machine is designed to prepare operators for whatever unpredictable circumstances and job demands come their way.

The Ranger Air 260MPX is many things: an air compressor, generator, battery charger, battery jump assist and multi-process welder all in one. This versatile, compact machine eliminates the need to carry numerous pieces of power equipment on a service truck. The result is a lighter payload and more space on the vehicle for other tools and gear.

Compared to other machines in its class, the Ranger Air 260MPX engine drive delivers industry-leading performance across the board, in air compressor capabilities, clean auxiliary power and welding arc performance.

  • The Vanair® compressor delivers 40 cfm at 150 psi. With up to 30% more air than other machines in its class, operators are able to inflate tires faster and power anything up to a 1-inch impact wrench. The compressor is backed by Vanair’s lifetime warranty and a half-century of engineering expertise in mobile compressors.
  • The 26.5-hp Kohler® Electronic Throttle Body Engine delivers 10 kW of continuous AC generator power to accommodate a variety of tools and equipment. And with less than 5% total harmonic distortion, it can even power sensitive electronics, like laptops.
  • Lincoln Electric’s field-proven welding arc control technology is built directly into the Ranger Air 260MPX to help deliver a stable reliable arc. These include Ready.Set.Weld® technology and ArcFX® technology.

For more information, visit lincolnelectric.com.

Mack Trucks introduces Mack® MD Electric
Mack Trucks (Greensboro, North Carolina) revealed its Mack MD Electric, the company’s first electric vehicle (EV) in the medium-duty segment. MD Electric will complement its highly efficient, diesel-powered MD model sibling, which has experienced growing customer demand since its introduction in 2020. The addition of a zero-tailpipe emissions battery-electric vehicle (BEV) to the Mack medium-duty lineup also supports the company’s long-term sustainability goals.

The MD Electric is the second EV introduced by Mack Trucks to the industry. The first was the Mack LR Electric, which went into production in December 2021. MD Electric will be available like its diesel counterpart in Class 6 and Class 7 ratings. The Class 6 model has a GVWR of 25,995 pounds, and the Class 7 model has a GVWR of 33,000 pounds. Both models are exempt from the 12% Federal Excise Tax (FET). MD Electric will be produced at Roanoke Valley Operations in Roanoke Valley, Virginia, where Mack began production of the MD Series in 2020.

MD Electric’s three-phase Permanent Magnet Synchronous motor and all on-board accessories are powered by nickel manganese cobalt oxide lithium-ion batteries, either in a 150kWh or 240kWH configuration. It can be charged through AC or DC charging units. The regenerative braking system helps recapture energy from the multiple stops the vehicle makes each day.

MD Electric will meet the needs of vehicle applications requiring dry van/refrigerated, stake/flatbed and dump vocations. The MD6 model does not require a commercial driver’s license (CDL) to operate for non-hazardous payloads.

For details, visit macktrucks.com.

Morgan Olson delivers innovation
Morgan Olson (Sturgis, Michigan) delivered a defining moment of innovation to the postal delivery industry. The new internal combustion engine (ICE) C250 epitomizes how Morgan Olson combines advanced technologies with proven engineering know-how to create an innovative and productive next-generation postal truck for Canada Post.

Body design improvements in driver ergonomics, safety and cargo delivery efficiencies, along with an all-electric demonstration of the EV platform and improved fuel-efficient chassis, provides Canada Post with their newest fleet vehicle. The C250 features a purpose-built cargo management system engineered by Masterack, a JBPCO subsidiary and partner to Morgan Olson. The result is a performance-tested vehicle that delivers maximum usable parcel package cargo space. Additionally, the 4-wheel drive system option provides postal drivers traction-control improvements during inclement weather and poor road conditions.

The ICE C250 is currently rolling off the production lines at a new high-tech factory utilizing state-of-the-art manufacturing practices at Morgan Olson’s newest complex in Ringgold, Virginia.

For more information, visit morganolson.com.

Parker Chelsea announces new electric power take-off (ePTO)
Parker Chelsea (Olive Branch, Mississippi) announced new electric power take-off (ePTO) with a compact design that offers simplified installation and optimized efficiency.

With increased focus on emission reductions comes an increased interest in electrified work functions that rely on batteries and motors for power instead of diesel engines. Parker Chelsea has responded by engineering two integrated ePTO series that can be installed on either BEV or hybrid-electric vehicles: the e910 Series and the e970 Series. Both models are designed to maximize run time and optimize efficiency.

The Chelsea market-facing team performed extensive interviews with chassis OEMs, body builders and end customers to understand their system requirements, including power, voltage, load, safety interlocks, space claim and more. Based on this feedback, the integrated ePTO system was engineered to meet the customer needs, focused on right-sized power and optimal efficiencies.

The internal cooling system is one of the key engineering breakthroughs of Chelsea ePTOs because it allows lubrication to flow throughout to keep all major subcomponents from overheating. The ePTOs also utilize gears which allow a higher two torque capacity while still housed within a more compact frame size than ever seen before in an ePTO.

From Parker’s Hydraulic Pump and Power Systems Division, Chelsea’s ePTOs utilize the Global Vehicle Motor, a power-dense motor which reduces the battery size requirements and extends vehicle range. The e910 Series ePTO features a highly efficient Denison Vane Pump that can be configured for multiple flow rates and pressures. The ePTOs feature a Global Vehicle Inverter from the Electronic Motion & Controls Division.

Learn more at parker.com/chelsea.

Ram showcases 1500 Revolution battery-electric vehicle (BEV) concept
Ram Commercial (Auburn Hills, Michigan) showcased its Revolution BEV Concept – a visionary road map showing how it will redefine the pickup segment once again.

The Ram 1500 Revolution Battery-electric Vehicle (BEV) Concept demonstrates Ram’s commitment to electric vehicle (EV) leadership. Loaded with advanced technology, it offers integrating leading-edge technology, a fully connected customer experience and advanced mobility features. It delivers seamless connectivity to transform the experience for the driver and passengers.

A new interior layout offers even more flexibility with room to configure workspace with a removeable center console with fold-flat surface. Ram continues to build on its list of industry-shaping features with the 1500 BEV Concept ushering in an industry-first feature: third-row jump seats. A powered mid-gate features mounted jump seats with a removable lower section that allows for multiple flexible seating configurations and enables a pass-through that can fit objects up to 18 feet long.

Powered by two electric drive modules, it features all-wheel-drive capability. Ram 1500 Revolution BEV Concept can add up to 100 miles of range in approximately 10 minutes with 800-volt DC fast charging at up to 350 kW. The entire Ram lineup will offer electrified solutions with disruptive, leading-edge advanced technology in the years to come. Ram’s move toward electrification supports the Stellantis Dare Forward 2030 strategic plan to lead the way the world moves by delivering innovative, clean, safe and affordable mobility solutions.

For details, visit stellantisnorthamerica.com.

Safe Fleet unveils three unique to marketplace innovations
Safe Fleet (Belton, Missouri), a leading provider of safety solutions for fleet vehicles, announced three new innovations designed to improve productivity and reduce the risk of injury to operators, passengers and pedestrians.

  • MobileMuleTM AI: AI-Powered Dual Dash Cam that detects and alerts for drowsiness, sleeping, seat belt usage, distracted driving and phone usage before uploading to the cloud, while the road-facing camera records real-time alerts.
  • Air VueTM: Advanced wireless video transmitter technology for the rear of semi-trailers.
  • FoldPro ShelvingTM: Because speed is what counts in last-mile delivery, FoldPro Shelving offers a solution that boasts a unique design meticulously engineered to offer unparalleled durability, enhanced productivity and speed all while prioritizing safety. FoldPro Shelving is available for Transit, Sprinter, ProMaster and box truck vehicles.

For additional information, visit safefleet.net.

The Shyft Group debuts Blue Arc Class 5 all-electric crew cab
The Shyft Group (Novi, Michigan) revealed its latest innovation — an all-electric Class 5 Crew Cab. Using Shyft’s Work Driven Design™ process, this all-electric vehicle is optimized for crews with a walk-in-van style cab that features a sliding door and weather-protected steps for safe curbside entrance and exit. The spacious interior at 85 inches high and 88.5 inches wide allows crews to walk up into the cab, stand or sit comfortably, and set up a mobile workstation that enables team members to stay plugged in throughout the day.

Using Blue Arc’s proprietary, modular Class 5 commercial-grade EV chassis, the truck is built to handle the payloads and go the distance in end uses such as construction, trades, municipalities, snow removal and landscaping.

The EV work truck features lithium-ion liquid-cooled battery packs and an optional 450-watt-hour integrated solar roof package. It’s optimized for Level 2 and DC fast charging with an accelerated charge time of 2–6 hours and a 200-plus mile range. The lightweight aluminum dump body on display at Work Truck Week was designed by the company’s DuraMag™ brand and featured a payload capacity ranging from 6,000–10,000 pounds.

Blue Arc plans to integrate the latest in proven vehicle and driver safety technology such as 360° cameras with 12-inch in-dash HD displays, front parking sensor and blind spot detection, tire pressure monitoring, weather-protected steps, and keyless and automated entry.

The Class 5 EV chassis will also be available in strip chassis and cowl chassis in the near future to electrify buses, shuttles, motorcoaches and other vehicles making a transition to all-electric.

For details, visit theshyftgroup.com.

Switch-N-Go® increases electric work truck versatility
Switch-N-Go (Saegertown, Pennsylvania), the nation’s original electric hoist and interchangeable truck body company, offers the ideal product to increase the versatility and functionality of electric work trucks while increasing the safety of work crews. By installing one of its patented electric hoists and employing a few interchangeable truck bodies, a single EV work truck can transform and complete the work of three.

During Work Truck Week, Switch-N-Go featured its electric hoist, an aluminum dump body and an upfitted Cenntro truck from Lee Transport.

Switch-N-Go is future-focused and present-driven. The company’s patented hoist and truck body system is not just for EV work trucks — it’s a creative alternative to finding and buying a new truck chassis. End users can repurpose and transform an existing permanent mount work truck with the Switch-N-Go interchangeable system to immediately maximize its functionality and versatility. Boasting nearly 30 different truck bodies and over 100 authorized dealers nationwide, Switch-N-Go is proud to be part of the greater transformation of the work truck landscape.

Visit switchngo.com for details.

Terminal Supply Company doubles wire harness capacity
Terminal Supply Company (Troy, Michigan) announced the expansion of its Custom Cable and Wire Harness Assembly operations with the launch of a new facility at the Entrada Group manufacturing campus in Central Mexico.

In response to growing demand, Terminal Supply — a leading electrical MRO supply partner to the heavy-duty equipment, truck and trailer industries — finalized a multiyear agreement with Entrada Group in late 2022.

Factory buildout and production line setup is currently underway at Entrada’s Zacatecas manufacturing campus. Process validation is scheduled for completion in second-quarter 2023, with production launches planned for the second half of this year.

As Terminal Supply sought solutions for the growing demand of its products, opportunities were evaluated, and the Entrada Group created a proposal that advanced the partnership opportunity fitting of a family-owned business.

For more information, visit tscmfg.com.

Ideanomics, VIA Motors introduce VTRUX Class 3 electric work truck
Ideanomics (Orem, Utah) and its subsidiary VIA Motors introduced the VTRUX® Class 3 electric work truck, featuring a Knapheide stake body. Additionally, VIA Motors is partnering with Morgan Olson and showcased its Class 2B Proxima with a VIA Skateboard. This vehicle is being developed in collaboration with EAVX, a business unit of JB Poindexter & Co. (JBPCO).

Alf Poor, Ideanomics CEO, and Bob Purcell, VIA Motors CEO, shared important updates on the VIA product line, Ideanomics’s portfolio of charging solutions and Ideanomics’s collaboration with Google Cloud to develop a better digital fleet management solution. Purcell discussed VDRIVE™, VIA’s skateboard platform, and VTRUX, VIA’s flexible electric work truck and chassis. Representatives from Pegasus and EAVX shared their experience with VIA’s product. Poor explained how Ideanomics’s portfolio of cutting-edge charging solutions are designed to unleash the full potential of VIA (or any) electric work truck. Topics included:

  • Containerized charging: a 20-foot shipping container that can charge up to 20 vehicles with up to 700 kilowatts per vehicle.
  • ChargeBIG: A smart system can efficiently charge 36 vehicles at once and can scale quickly.
  • WAVE wireless charging: A proven technology that provides opportunity charging, extending vehicle range.

For more information, visit ideanomics.com and viamotors.com.

VMAC releases three new products
VMAC (Nanaimo, British Columbia) revealed three new product innovations at WTW23 — the DTM185 direct-transmission mounted air compressor, G30+GEN rotary screw air compressor/generator, and 5-in-1 Multifunction Power System, powered by a Honda gas engine.

DTM185 is the only direct-transmission mounted PTO driven air compressor, producing 185CFM at 100% duty cycle. It was designed and engineered by VMAC to meet the demand for a powerful vehicle integrated air compressor with simplified installation for upfitters. Unlike other underdeck systems, DTM185’s installation does not require an additional drive shaft, which can lead to increased costs, alignment issues, excessive vibration and servicing downtime.

VMAC’s newly released G30+GEN delivers compressed air at 25CFM and AC power at 3600W, combining two convenient forms of power into one single system powered by a Honda GX390 gas engine. The G30+GEN improves job site workflow, allowing operators to quickly switch between air and AC power for their pneumatic tools, electric tools, lights and other equipment. With its proven rotary screw technology, VMAC’s G30+GEN is 40% smaller and 36% lighter than other gas-powered air compressor/generator combos.

The new 5-in-1 Multifunction Power System, powered by a Honda iGX800 V-Twin EFI gas engine, includes a 40CFM rotary screw air compressor, 8kW generator, 250-amp welder, 300-amp battery booster and 12/24V battery charger. At the request of its North American dealer network, VMAC leveraged its 10 years of experience designing multi-power systems to develop the gas-powered 5-in-1 Multifunction, which includes all the best features of traditional gas and diesel multi-power systems, but with more power and in a smaller, lighter package.

Visit vmacair.com for details.

Volta Power Systems released standardized power solution for ePTO needs and generator-ban compliance
Volta Power Systems is offering a standardized platform for 48V auxiliary power that integrates with both traditional internal combustion engine (ICE) and EV chassis. The company shared the announcement of its new 7,000W/240V inverter and Power Distribution Hub during Work Truck Week. Both of these innovations improve performance and reduce barriers to electrification for upfitters.

Volta’s system-based approach includes NMC li-ion energy storage packs scaling from 6.7kWh to 100+kWh, a secondary alternator for regeneration with ICE engines, and customizable distribution. The company’s new 7000W/240V inverter is surge-rated to 15,000kW (10HP base/20HP surge) and will enable upfitters to use industrial equipment options not previously accessible because of power limitation.

The Power Distribution Hub simplifies distribution with an all-in-one unit that integrates either a 3,200W or the new 7,000W inverter-charger, custom DC conversion and optional MPPT solar controls. The unit reduces complexity and wiring for upfitters and standardizes service across different fleet vehicles.

For more information, visit voltapowersystems.com.

Workhorse Group unveils W56 step van
Workhorse Group Inc. (Cincinnati, Ohio) unveiled its W56, a new W56 Class 5/6 step van model available in a number of work truck configurations tailored to meet various business applications. It provides a unique blend of high reliability, quality and serviceability. The zero-emission delivery work van is designed to meet the challenging demands of the commercial vehicle industry, supporting benchmark payload capacity of up to approximately 10,000 pounds and with a range of up to 150 miles. The W56 also offers a large 1,000+ cubic foot cargo box with lowered step-in and wide cabin door for easier entry and exit. Built with the delivery driver in mind, the cabin has been ergonomically designed while still providing safety and comfort during even the longest shifts.

Leveraging existing Workhorse designs, including 9 million-plus miles of service time on the road, the W56 offers the first fully-designed, purpose-built chassis platform built from the ground up out of Workhorse’s Union City, Indiana, factory. Customer demonstration vehicles are expected to be ready in the coming weeks before regular production begins in third-quarter 2023.

For details, visit workhorse.com/w56.

Work Truck Solutions expands supply chain support
Work Truck Solutions® (Chico, California) launched its updated upfitter software suite and released its 2023 upfitter product roadmap. The updated upfitter suite includes five on-demand reports offering insight into inventory, on-lot movement, days to turn, leads by product (chassis and body types) and dealership statistics.

And now, active body manufacturers are being featured on Work Truck Solutions dealers’ websites in CV Showroom™, the smart digital catalog that helps buyers shop for any out-of-stock configuration they want to order.

For more information, visit worktrucksolutions.com.

See a full recap of Work Truck Week, including photos, at worktruckweek.com/coverage.