Kenworth to host T300 chassis update seminar

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Kenworth Truck Co. will discuss new Kenworth T300 introductions, enhancements and features during a free chassis update seminar from 3 to 4:15 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 28, at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta. The session will be held in conjunction with The Work Truck Show sponsored by the National Truck Equipment Association. Kenworth also plans to display three T300s at the show: A tandem-axle dump body, single-axle dump body and van body.

“Kenworth will have some important new T300 product introductions to announce that will be of special interest to customers operating Class 6 and 7 trucks,” says Jeff Sass, marketing planning and research director for Kirkland, Wash.-based Kenworth. “We also will discuss topics intended for body builders regarding the T300 and our plans for 2007 engines, exhaust options and routings, in addition to the 2006 Kenworth T300 Body Builder Manual.”

The Kenworth T300 is available in Class 6 and Class 7 configurations as a straight truck or tractor and is popular with food and beverage distributors, fire departments, towing and recovery operators, propane and fuel fleets, general construction and landscape firms; and dry, refrigerated and side-curtain van operations. “Customers appreciate the Kenworth T300’s outstanding performance, affordability and durability which help them to achieve success in their specific medium-duty application,” says Sass.