Peterbilt GM Jason Skoog charts today's truck support, tomorrow's truck solutions

Peterbilt GM Jason Skoog charts today’s truck support, tomorrow’s truck solutions

Peterbilt made headlines recently when it became the first major North American OEM to open orders for an electric truck, the Peterbilt 220EV. In this exclusive interview, Peterbilt General Manager and PACCAR Vice President Jason Skoog details the technology investments that are keeping fleets productive during this year’s trying pandemic and laying the groundwork for the electric trucks that Peterbilt aims to start rolling off the line by the end of the year. Click the story above to read.

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