The Hendrickson SOFTEK NXT integrated monoleaf suspension and steer axle system is now available for the Model 579 and the Model 567 with set forward axles, Peterbilt has announced.
The Peterbilt Technician Institute (PTI) has graduated more than 200 service technicians, grown to three campuses and expanded its scope to include training for fleet customers’ service technicians, Peterbilt recently announced.
Peterbilt recently hosted a two-day Body Integration course at its Denton, Texas manufacturing facility, featuring speakers on topics such as electrical architecture, software updates, system programming, chassis information and body company support.
Peterbilt will work with Cummins to develop new technologies under the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) SuperTruck II program, the company has announced.
Peterbilt received three prestigious Manufacturing Leadership Awards from Frost & Sullivan’s Manufacturing Leadership Council. Specifically, Peterbilt was recognized for Test Flow Improvement and Truck Assembly Process Efficiency, with the latter also receiving a Higher Achiever award.