Burr's focus on medium- and heavy-duty trucks make the Workhorse lineup a perfect fit.   -  Photo: Workhorse

Burr's focus on medium- and heavy-duty trucks make the Workhorse lineup a perfect fit. 

Photo: Workhorse

Workhorse Group Inc. has engaged Burr Truck and Trailer Sales as its first distribution and service partner in New York state, making it the initial Workhorse dealership in the northeastern United States.

Founded in 1967 and headquartered in Vestal, New York, Burr Truck is a third generation, family-owned commercial truck dealership offering services, sales and leasing of Class 3-8 medium- and heavy-duty trucks.

Workhorse’s partnership with Burr Truck represents a critical step forward in supporting greater access to zero emission transportation technology in an extremely challenging supply chain market.

“As we continue to produce and deliver a growing number of Class 4 and other last-mile delivery products, we are also actively building out our national distribution capabilities,” said Workhorse CEO Rick Dauch. “This partnership with Burr Truck gives us a pivotal foothold in the northeastern U.S. and aligns our sales efforts with an established name brand in the region. We look forward to growing our partnership with Burr Truck as we ramp our production capacity and accelerate vehicle deliveries over the coming months.”

Chuck Burr, President of Burr Truck and Trailer Sales added: “The Workhorse W4 CC and W750 fit well with our current medium and heavy-duty product line, giving our company the opportunity to expand our service offering to a larger demographic in a state that is at the forefront of EV adoption. We look forward to partnering with Workhorse to help drive commercial fleet electrification.”

Workhorse Certifications, Production Updates

Workhorse also named its first certified dealership in California, Kingsburg Truck Center, in March 2023. 

As part of the Certified Dealer Program, Workhorse has established a comprehensive training program that provides dealers with both hands-on and online training, including technical sales training. 

After annnouncing its W56 step van model at Work Truck Week 2023, the company has continued its momentum in the commercial vehicle industry and announced that production of the W750 has begun at the Workhorse manufacturing facility in Union City, Indiana.

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