"There is an undeniable relationship between thriving cities and smart investments made in construction, manufacturing, and transportation that help create stronger communities. It’s important to us to acknowledge and thank cities such as Toronto that use our products to encourage determination, innovation, and job creation." — Mary Aufdemberg, director of product marketing for Freightliner Trucks
"We first started using Freightliner trucks for their reliability, service, ease of customization, and product variations to fit our needs — and the same thing is true today. They are a competitively priced, high-quality product, and [Freightliner] has a broad enough product line that allows us to meet all of our different types of applications." — John Baker, president and owner of MBF Industries
"At the end of the day, a lot of trucks are similar. It’s the dealerships that stand out and make the difference. [Freightliner of Austin has] stood out from the rest in terms of taking care of our group and delivering results." — Brandon Smith, Vice President of The Wheeler Group
"The crew cab was really ideal for training because of the windows it provides in the back, the doors where students can get in the front and the back, and [the ability] to custom fit the units with a unique hand break that could be reached a bit easier by the instructor in the front seat." — Chad Predix, Director of Strategic Programs, CDL.com
"It’s been flawless. [The Warrior of the Ribbon] is the most powerful tow truck in our province right now. The operator loves it. It has an automatic transmission so it reduces fatigue for him. It’s pure luxury to drive." — Graham Warner, President of Warner Industries.
"We are thankful for those who use our products to achieve great things for their city. Workers greatly impact their communities, and the Freightliner Trucks Hardest Working Cities program gives us a chance to recognize their important contributions."— Diane Hames, general manager, marketing and strategy for Daimler Trucks North America.
"Utilities count on their trucks to be able to handle tough terrain, inclement weather and demanding work environments, all while providing linemen with a safe platform from which to install new power lines or repair damaged equipment." — Joye Whitlow, medium duty segment manager for Freightliner Trucks
"This recognition program not only helps Freightliner connect with its customers in a meaningful way, it illustrates our leadership in the vocational truck segment. So much of the economic growth taking place in our country involves work trucks, many of which are Freightliners, and this program allows us to tell that story." — Mary Aufdemberg, director of product marketing, Freightliner Trucks.