PacLease newsletter focuses on technology changes in 2007

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Paccar Leasing Co. recently published a newsletter detailing technology changes in 2007 and how full-service truck leasing can play an increasing role for private fleets. The newsletter is the latest in PacLease’s Trends & Outlooks series and examines, in part, how new 2007 engines are designed to meet new Environmental Protection Agency regulations.

The newsletter discusses the new technology that Peterbilt and Kenworth are bringing to market in 2007, designed to help lower operational costs for fleets. It provides details about PacLease’s leasing options and shows how PacLease can provide fleets opportunities to take full advantage of new truck technologies without the uncertainties associated with buying them. It also explains how PacTrac, PacLease’s new onboard fleet management tool, can help fleets optimize delivery routes, schedules and vehicle tracking.

“Full-service leasing allows companies to comfortably move into 2007 trucks without the worry over how to handle their maintenance,” says Bob Southern, president of Bellevue, Wash.-based Paccar Leasing. “At PacLease, we’re embracing the new technology to be introduced for 2007. We’ve designed our full-service lease programs to reduce our customers’ costs and make their operations more efficient.”

To obtain copies of the latest Trends & Outlooks, contact Jennifer Davis, PacLease senior marketing specialist, at (425) 468-7032 or