READING, PA. (January 5, 2021) – Reading Truck Group, a premier work truck equipment manufacturer and distributor, will host another edition of its popular “Driving What’s Next” webinar series on January 20, featuring the Aluminum Classic Service Van (CSV).
During the webinar, industry experts from Reading will conduct an interactive walk-through of this premiere aluminum van body.
“The high-capacity CSV offers a range of configurations and options to allow crews the flexibility to customize a work van for whatever their work demands,” said Eric McNally, vice president at Reading Truck Group. “It was the first aluminum van body built by Reading, and because of our commitment to quality and innovation, it remains the gold standard in the industry,” said McNally.
The Aluminum CSV is a great option for all industries ranging from construction, general contracting and landscaping to telecomm, HVAC, utility and any other industry where a mobile enclosed work space and storage is key to maximizing productivity.
Distributors, fleet managers, dealers, media and anyone interested in Reading truck bodies are invited to visit the registration page to register for this free one-hour webinar on January 20, 2021 at 11:00am (ET). Attendees will have the chance to take part in a virtual product “walk-around” and engage directly with Reading’s product experts in an informative Q&A session.
Register here to attend the “Driving What’s Next” webinar.
ABOUT READING TRUCK GROUP
Established in 1955, Reading Truck Group is an award-winning and innovative 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. For 65 years, Reading has grown into one of the leading and largest truck equipment manufacturers in the United States. Based in Reading, PA, all products are proudly made in the United States using premium materials and advanced manufacturing techniques that ensure longevity and durability in the harshest of job sites. Find out more at ReadingBody.com.