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Peterbilt's Gansle Named to Used Truck Association Board

October 13, 2017

Anthony Gansle, Peterbilt’s director of marketing and sales. Photo: Peterbilt
Anthony Gansle, Peterbilt’s director of marketing and sales. Photo: Peterbilt

Peterbilt has announced that Anthony Gansle, director of marketing and sales, has been elected to the Used Truck Association's board of directors.

Peterbilt is an active participant in the used truck industry and with the UTA, including organizational sponsorship, facilitating plant tours for its members, and educational webinars on emerging technologies.

“Being a member of the UTA is an important part of the overall business of Peterbilt. It gives us an opportunity to educate the used truck community on vehicles and new technologies that will be coming to the used market,” said Gansle. “It also allows us to receive feedback on specifications and concerns specific to the used truck market. As a member of the board of directors, we will have the opportunity to serve the association to a greater extent.”

Outside of the UTA, Peterbilt established its Used Truck Dealer Council in 2015, launched the Red Oval Certified Pre-Owned Truck program later in 2015, and announced the Paccar Engine Pre-Owned Warranty in 2016.

The company noted that its Red Oval Certified Pre-Owned Truck program offers low-mileage trucks that are evaluated through with a 150-point inspection and reconditioning. The trucks come with a standard one-year, 125,000-mile Paccar Engine Pre-Owned Warranty and other Paccar Financial and Parts benefits.

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