Sterling Trucks CompleteLeaseSM Web Site Now Available
REDFORD, MICH. – June 06, 2008 – Sterling Truck Corporation today launched a new Web site: www.SterlingTrucks.com/CompleteLease, designed for customers researching full-service leasing opportunities.
The Sterling Trucks CompleteLeaseSM program is a convenient, single-source transportation option with fleet benefits, regardless of the fleet size. The new Web site provides in-depth information about the program, and is tailored to segments such as food and beverage, moving and storage, P&D and office supplies.
Divided into five sections, www.SterlingTrucks.com/CompleteLease covers:
Financing — Instituted by Daimler Truck Financial and Sterling Trucks, this portion provides an overview of tailored financing options
Service — Leasing customers will find all maintenance and wear items, whether routine or non-routine, including parts and labor in this section of the Web site
Trucks — Prototype spec details and popular configurations are now available online
Extras — This portion of the Web site covers everything from regulatory maintenance to fuel cards, which can help drivers gain control over fuel costs with consolidated invoices and reporting
CompleteLease dealer locator
“The CompleteLease Web site gives customers an easy-to-navigate tool to find leasing information for their specific business needs,” said Tom Kuchan, senior manager Full Service Leasing for Daimler Truck Financial. “Sterling and Daimler Truck Financial are committed to providing convenient solutions, and this is another example of our efforts to achieve the highest level of customer satisfaction.”
Sterling Truck Corporation, based in Redford, Mich., produces and markets a full line of Class 3-8 work trucks for regional hauling and diverse vocational applications. Sterling is a subsidiary of Daimler Trucks North America and is the recipient of the 2007 J.D. Power and Associates award for Highest in Customer Satisfaction in Heavy Duty Truck Dealer Service. Daimler Trucks North America produces and markets Class 3-8 vehicles and is a Daimler company, the world's leading commercial vehicle manufacturer.