Ram Professional commercial vehicle division introduced

Ram Professional commercial vehicle division introduced

This included the announcement that ProMaster commercial van production is "set to double."

At the Work Truck Show, Ram Commercial introduced its new Ram Professional commercial vehicle division.

This, Ram says, starts with vehicles, with Ken Kayser, VP of commercial operations (pictured above), saying in a press conference at the Work Truck Show that ProMaster van production “is set to double,” with seven new rail lines at plants to speed up delivery timelines.

Ram Professional also includes the following, according to the company:

  • Commercial Service Support: Dedicated Ram BusinessLink dealer network with commercial customer-focused maintenance packages and available maintenance contracts, such as basic fleet maintenance such as lube and oil, road hazard and multi-care coverage now available for purchase. Additionally, Ram Professional has expanded full mechanical coverage and 24-hour roadside assistance.
  • Upfit Friendliness: Ram dealers work with a network of local upfitters and Ram-approved partners to customize every work truck or van to its customers’ needs.
  • Commercial Financing: Through Stellantis Financial, Ram Professional offers simplified financing up to 100% of the cost, along with closed-end leasing and commercial lines of credit.
  • Connected Services: Designed around three tiers of fleet customer, Ram Professional connected services center around the Ram Connect system powered by the data platform Mobilisights, which offers real-time data.
  • Electrification and Charging: EV charging solutions will be offered through the Stellantis Free2move ecosystem of charging hardware, software and services. 
  • Mobility: Ram Professional will have options through its Free2move global mobility provider, which will offer shared vehicle services to individuals and companies, such as vehicle-sharing, vehicle rental and vehicle subscription, as well as mobile parking services. 

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