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Reading Truck Group to feature product upgrades in webinar

October 16, 2020 By    
Aluminum Classic II Reading Truck Group

The understructure is engineered to give the company’s 108DW and the 132DW models the strength to increase payloads up to 19,500 pounds GVWR. Photo: Reading Truck Group

Reading Truck Group will feature the latest upgrades to its aluminum service body, the Aluminum Classic II, in the next installment of its “Driving What’s Next” webinar series on Oct. 22.

Some aluminum service body models feature an understructure that is engineered to support heavy loads and allow Reading’s redesigned 108DW and 132DW models the strength to increase payloads up to 19,500 pounds GVWR.

In the webinar, company experts will also detail the Aluminum Classic II service body’s standard features, such as undercoating, acrylic e-coat primer and concealed hidden hinges.

“We understand our customers’ work extends far beyond paved roads and tidy job sites, which means our truck bodies need to be able to stand up in the harshest conditions,” says Eric McNally, vice president of sales at Reading Truck Group. “We’re very excited to showcase our latest, toughest aluminum service body, and share some upcoming product enhancements.”

Distributors, fleet managers, dealers, media and anyone else who is interested in the truck bodies are invited to visit the sign-up page to register for the one-hour webinar on Oct. 22 at 2 p.m. EST.

Attendees will have the chance to take part in a virtual product “walk-around” and engage directly with Reading’s product experts in a Q&A session.

Reading Truck Group, founded in 1955, is a manufacturer of truck bodies and equipment. The Reading Truck Group consists of Reading Truck Body, the manufacturing arm of the business, and Reading Truck Equipment, the company-owned distribution and installation business.

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Carly Bemer (McFadden) was the managing editor at LP Gas magazine.

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