Freightliner Trucks launches new website
Tina Grady Barbaccia | December 13, 2011
Freightliner Trucks has launched a completely overhauled version of its website, www.FreightlinerTrucks.com. The site features a wide range of new product support tools, information and navigation features designed to enhance the overall user experience.
The website showcases Freightliner Trucks’ full range of on-highway, medium duty, severe duty and alternative power solutions; features an extensive library of truck components; and highlights Freightliner Trucks’ innovation and engineering leadership.
“The new Freightliner Trucks website was created with the end-user in mind. At the beginning of our process, we surveyed our customers to determine what features would be most beneficial, and their input played a significant role in the site’s overall development,” said David Hames, general manager, marketing and strategy for Freightliner Trucks, in a written statement. “The result is an extensive online resource designed for our customers.”
Additional new features on www.FreightlinerTrucks.com include the following:
Dealer Locator : With one of the largest networks in North America, finding a dealer is easier than ever with the interactive, map-based locator.
Multimedia Library: Videos, downloadable images, electronic product literature, podcasts and more are easily accessible and will be updated frequently.
Community: Find details on Freightliner Trucks’ motorsports sponsorships, industry partnerships, dealer events and community-based programs.
Social Media Integration: Connect to Freightliner Trucks on Facebook, YouTubeand Twitter.
Mobile: The website is optimized to be accessible using smartphones or tablets and includes mobile-specific content.
“The enhanced website showcases our depth of industry-leading technologies and solutions for every commercial truck application,” said Hames. “Finding the right solutions for your business has never been easier.”
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