Hyundai Translead introduces HT360 customer journey experience

Hyundai Translead introduces HT360 customer journey experience

Hyundai Translead announced products and solutions inspired by customer needs at TMC 2022. Through HT360, Hyundai Translead supports the entire customer journey from purchasing and financing to maintaining their fleet. Going beyond producing trailers, Hyundai Translead is focused on increasing the value of every product and investing in customer support, the company noted.

According to the trailer manufacturer, The Hyundai Translead HT360 experience includes:

myHT Customer Portal—myHT is a portal that empowers customers to make better-informed decisions, providing access to actionable data and account management tools.

HT Trailer Finance—Every trailer customer, from owner operators to large fleets, now has access to flexible equipment acquisition options that can be structured to their needs, with affordable terms, easy applications and often same-day decisions.

HT Preferred Service Provider Network—Hyundai Translead offers a certified service solution with broad geographic coverage and comprehensive trailer care capabilities nationwide.

HT Aftermarket Genuine Parts—Hyundai Translead has made sizable investments in a distribution center, warehousing and tracking system, team of knowledgeable professionals, and substantial inventory to ensure reliable service and parts availability.

Additionally, Hyundai Translead introduced other products and solutions:

HT LinkVue—The HT LinkVue trailer camera system offers drivers a surround view of the trailer. Cameras pointed in every direction provide increased awareness by reducing blind spots when maneuvering. HT LinkVue is available as a stand-alone or as an integrated HT LinkSense sensor solution.

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