Peterbilt stresses its vocational chops at ICUEE

Peterbilt Motors Company will showcase its new all-purpose vocational Model 567 and several other vehicles during the 2013 International Construction & Utility Equipment Exposition (ICUEE) in Louisville, Ky., Oct. 1-3.

Peterbilt, which has an outdoor display located at N1032, will feature the following the vehicles:
· Model 567 spec’d in a dump configuration
· Model 365 equipped with a Terex TM125 aerial bucket
· Model 388 tractor installed with a Custom Truck and Equipment grappler
· Model 337 Class 7 truck with an Altec DM47 digger/derrick body
· Model 337 Class 7 in a 4×4 configuration with a Curry service body

“We’re excited to again exhibit at ICUEE, one of the industry’s premier vocational shows that is expected to draw in excess of 15,000 attendees,” said Charles Cook, Peterbilt’s Marketing Manager of Vocational Products. “It’s a great opportunity to introduce our all-new Model 567 to thousands of construction professionals across a wide variety of markets and applications.

“The Model 567 is an ideal fit for ICUEE, featuring an extremely versatile chassis that delivers higher standards for quality, innovation and reliability,” Cook continued. “It’s a great addition to Peterbilt’s leading vocational product lineup, which show attendees can experience firsthand with the diverse selection of models we have on display.”
Cook added that Peterbilt representatives will be on-hand throughout the show to explain features and benefits and answer any questions attendees may have.