The Resource For Managers Of Class 1-7 Truck Fleets

Products

2014 Kenworth Calendar

December 3, 2013 - Products

Kenworth

The new 2014 Kenworth Calendar is now available for order (www.shopkenworth.com). 

The six-page, 2014 Kenworth Wall Calendar features the Class 8 T660 72-inch sleeper and T680 52-inch regional haul, T680 76-inch sleeper, T680 family (day cab, 52-inch regional sleeper, and 76-inch sleeper), T880 day cab dump truck, and T880 52-inch sleeper tri-drive, all equipped with the 12.9L PACCAR MX-13 engine.

Kenworth's medium-duty trucks are represented by the T270 roll back wrecker and K370 cabover van, both with the 6.7L PACCAR PX-7 engine.

The large, poster-size wall calendar is 26-1/4 inches tall by 28 inches wide. 

The 2014 Kenworth Appointment Calendar, which is 9-3/4 inches tall by 13 inches wide, offers a Kenworth Truck of the Month. These include the T680 day cab, T680 76-inch sleeper, T800 38-inch sleeper tri-drive, and T880 mixer, all with the PACCAR MX-13 engine, plus the T440 compressed natural gas (CNG) extended day cab and W900L 72-inch sleeper. The six wall calendar photographs also are incorporated. 

To order, visit your Kenworth dealer or go to www.shopkenworth.com and click on "New Arrivals" on the left. Cost is $16.95 (US$) for the 2014 Kenworth Wall Calendar and $11.95 (US$) for the 2014 Kenworth Appointment Calendar. Prices do not include shipping and handling. The calendar also may be ordered by calling 1-877-705-3314 (U.S.) and 1-425-806-2306 (International).

RELATED CONTENT: 

Tags: Kenworth

Request information about this product
Go directly to this company's home page

Blog

Driving Notes

Stephane Babcock
2014 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 2500 Van

By Stephane Babcock
The 2014 Sprinter features a 2.1L four-cylinder BlueTEC diesel engine as standard equipment, which quickly picked up to highway speeds as soon as I made my way onto Southern California's San Diego (405) Freeway.

2014 BMW 328d xDrive Sedan

By Chris Wolski

Chatty Chassis

Lauren Fletcher
Can Accidents Be Eliminated Through Modern Vehicle Technology?

By Lauren Fletcher
In the ultimate goal of the elimination of all accidents or crashes, where should the focus lie: the driver, the vehicle, or both?

Technology in Trucks: A Necessity or Simply Distracting?

By Lauren Fletcher

Market Trends

Mike Antich
OTD Concerns Due to Surge of Oil Shipped by Rail

By Mike Antich
The railroad industry is the primary long-distance shipper of automobiles from assembly plants to dealers, which represents almost 9 percent of total rail freight. However, the auto industry is not the only railroad customer, and it competes with other shippers for scarce rail resources. Such is the case with petroleum companies shipping crude oil by rail, which is putting heavy demand on finite rail resources. What impact will this have on fleet OTD?

Using Service Vehicles as Employee Recruiting, Retention Tools

By Mike Antich

Small Fleets – Big Challenges

Gary Lykins
Encouraging Ownership Among Employees

By Gary Lykins
Typically, a small fleet will have fewer people performing more duties, and that requires a staff that understands the magnitude of their responsibilities.

"Making" it Green

By Gary Lykins

Anonymous Public Fleet Manager

Anonymous  Author
Micromanaging Fleet Operations

By Anonymous Author
In the past few weeks, several veteran fleet managers have vented to me, voicing frustration with their directors’ micromanaging fleet operations. Some of these requests and orders run contrary to best fleet practices and may even be politically motivated.

The True Cost of Rework

By Anonymous Author

STORE

$5.00

Work Truck - May/June 2013

In This Issue:
Here are the Highlights

  • Isuzu N-Series Named 2013 Medium-Duty Truck of the Year
  • 7 Factors to Consider When Upfitting Cargo Vans
  • The State of the Commercial Tire Market
    And much more…