"We are thankful for those who use our products to achieve great things for their city. Workers greatly impact their communities, and the Freightliner Trucks Hardest Working Cities program gives us a chance to recognize their important contributions."— Diane Hames, general manager, marketing and strategy for Daimler Trucks North America.
"Utilities count on their trucks to be able to handle tough terrain, inclement weather and demanding work environments, all while providing linemen with a safe platform from which to install new power lines or repair damaged equipment." — Joye Whitlow, medium duty segment manager for Freightliner Trucks
"This recognition program not only helps Freightliner connect with its customers in a meaningful way, it illustrates our leadership in the vocational truck segment. So much of the economic growth taking place in our country involves work trucks, many of which are Freightliners, and this program allows us to tell that story." — Mary Aufdemberg, director of product marketing, Freightliner Trucks.
"We’re delighted with the 122SD. The Detroit DD16 engine and the 18-speed transmission are a luxury to drive." — Eric Lofgren, Greenleaf Trucking.
"We take a lot of pride in delivering above and beyond the customer’s expectations. Freightliner has always been there to assist us. We couldn’t ask for a better partner." — Jeff Irr, Jerr-Dan.
"The Freightliner 114SD is a favorite among customers because of the reliability and durability it offers. It’s the best of its kind, and Freightliner dealers offer their customers stellar service. I’m proud to be part of this family." — Chris Bertagnoli, Truck Country
"Our SmartPlex Electrical System offers numerous benefits to help integrate the truck and its vocational body for easier upfit, while improving the truck’s functionality. Many programming features, some at little or no cost, are available to enhance safety and reduce maintenance costs." — Joye Whitlow, medium duty market segment manager for Freightliner Trucks.
"It is crucial for the Freightliner M2 106 ambulances to be efficient and reliable because they are in use 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Paramedics and first responders sacrifice their safety every day on the job, and it's imperative that they have reliable and durable transportation and equipment." — Neely Coble, owner of Neely Coble Company