Freightliner Custom Chassis Corporation Teams Up With Fleetwood For Dealer Training

GAFFNEY, S.C….Freightliner Custom Chassis is teaming up with motorhome manufacturer Fleetwood RV, for the second year in a row, to provide extensive training to motorhome dealers across the country in Fleetwood’s “Motorhome Training Tour.”

The seven regional training sessions, with an expected 600 salespeople in attendance, are taking place in Frederick, Md.; Indianapolis, Ind.; Fontana, Calif.; Portland, Ore.; Fort Worth, Texas; Sacramento, Calif.; and Orlando, Fla. The sessions started last month and run through December. Fleetwood, one of the country’s largest motorhome manufacturers and a valued customer of Freightliner Custom Chassis, currently purchases the XC chassis for its Expedition, Bounder, Discovery, Excursion, Providence and Revolution coach models.

Freightliner’s XC diesel pusher chassis is an industry leader in innovation. The chassis has unique features like an industry-first 50-degree wheel cut and a bell crank steering system that virtually eliminates “bump steer.” With its choice of Cummins and Caterpillar engines with horsepower ranging from 300 to 400, it’s also one of the most powerful and reliable chassis on the market. Freightliner Custom Chassis’ presence at these sessions is to provide training on both the features and benefits of its motorhome chassis. FCCC will have personnel at each session, as well as an XC chassis for training purposes.

Based in Gaffney, S.C., Freightliner Custom Chassis Corporation manufactures premium chassis for the motorhome, delivery walk-in van, school bus and shuttle bus markets. Freightliner Custom Chassis Corporation is a subsidiary of Freightliner LLC, the leading heavy-duty truck manufacturer in North America. Freightliner produces and markets Class 3-8 vehicles under the Freightliner, Sterling, Western Star, American LaFrance and Thomas Built Buses nameplates and is a company of DaimlerChrysler, the world’s leading commercial vehicle manufacturer.

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