Navistar launches website for Fleetrite brand

Navistar launches website for Fleetrite truck parts

Navistar launched a new website for its all-makes truck parts brand, Fleetrite. Through Fleetrite.com, truck fleets and owner-operators are able to search thousands of parts for all truck and bus manufacturers, and find detailed information on the company’s full line of all-makes aftermarket parts, said Navistar.

“Our Fleetrite brand of all-makes parts is a key part of our ‘Uptime’ promise to our customers as we work to ensure unscheduled downtime becomes routine, scheduled maintenance,” said Michael Cancelliere, senior vice president, global parts and customer service. “Fleetrite.com is as simple to use as picking up a catalog, with more interactive features that make finding the right part even easier and more intuitive, whether sitting at your desk or using your mobile device.”

Visitors to the Fleetrite website can look up individual parts, download product information sheets and view photos of specific parts. The site also features a dealer locator that helps truck and bus customers find their nearest International Truck and IC Bus dealers.

“Fleetrite.com is a simple way for customers to identify the parts they want and the related products they need to keep their vehicles up and running,” Cancelliere said.

Visit the new site at www.fleetrite.com.

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