In each issue of First Class Magazine, we ask a Peterbilt subject-matter expert to address an issue that we hear frequently discussed in the field.
Anyone looking for a template on growth management might want to do a deep dive into the success of Waste Connections. The publicly traded Houston-headquartered company expects to post $5 billion in 2018 revenue, roughly twice what it did just two years earlier. That’s about 10 times the revenue the company achieved some 15 years earlier.
The Peterbilt Model 520 has quickly grown its presence in the refuse industry, leading to expectations of a rapidly growing build rate of Peterbilt’s latest vocational vehicle.
Peterbilt continues to engineer new technologies and innovations into its popular Model 579, with recent updates to its EPIQ package, interior colors, and automatic interior temperature control.