Kenworth names 2024 Dealer, Parts Council members

Kenworth names 2024 Dealer, Parts Council members

Kenworth selected executives representing 480 dealerships for its Dealer Council, and named eight members for its Parts Council.

Kenworth Truck Co. recently named the 2024 members appointed to its Dealer Council and Parts Council to support customer experience throughout the Kenworth dealer network. The Kenworth Service Council will be announced later this spring, the company said

Kenworth Dealer Council

The Kenworth Dealer Council features executives representing 480 Kenworth dealerships in the United States and Canada from seven different dealers. The OEM describes them working “in partnership with Kenworth to provide leading-edge customer support and strive to maximize uptime for fleets and truck operators.”

The 2024 Kenworth Dealer Council members include:

  • Chairman – Bill Kozek, CSM Companies (Madison, Wisconsin);
  • Kyle Treadway, Kenworth Sales Company (Salt Lake City, Utah);
  • Jared White, MHC Kenworth (Leawood, Kansas),
  • Andrew Johnston, Inland Kenworth (Burnaby, B.C.);
  • Carl Herzog, CIT Trucks (Normal, Illinois);
  • Mike Levering, Truckworx Kenworth (Birmingham, Alabama); and
  • Jodie Teuton of Kenworth of Louisiana (Gray, Louisiana) who serves as the Kenworth line representative for the American Truck Dealers (ATD).

Kenworth Parts Council

The 2024 Kenworth Parts Council is comprised of parts directors and managers from Kenworth dealerships in the United States and Canada, and the company says this council is focused on further enhancing parts quality and customer support for truck operators and fleets.

Kenworth Parts Council members for 2024 are:

  • National Chair – Eric Bontrager, CSM Companies (Windsor, Wisconsin);
  • Ryan Colby, Kenworth Sales Company (Salt Lake City, Utah);
  • Sébastien Letendre, Kenworth Maska (La Présentation, Quebec);
  • Patrick Lisconish, Kenworth Northeast Group (Syracuse, N.Y.);
  • Jacob Herzog, CIT Trucks (Mokena, Illinois); Scott Lockhart, MHC Kenworth (Denver, Colorado);
  • Jeff Weaver, Truckworx Kenworth (Birmingham, Alabama);
  • Clayton Zuchotzki, GreatWest Kenworth (Calgary, Alberta); and
  • Kenworth Dealer Council representative Mike Levering, Truckworx Kenworth (Birmingham, Alabama).

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