Triad Freightliner is celebrating 40 years of outstanding sales and service in its North Carolina market this year.
Located in Greensboro, N.C., Triad Freightliner credits its employees for having become the largest Class 8 dealer in the sate. Freightliner’s quality trucking solutions are matched only by Triad’s dedication to customer service and keeping their customers on the road, the company says.
Having sold the first heavy-duty truck ever produced at the Mount Holly, N.C., plant, Triad has a lasting legacy with DTNA. Triad also sold the first American LaFrance fire trucks in the U.S. and the first school buses ever purchased by the state of North Carolina, which were Thomas Built Buses, DTNA says. Triad Freightliner is a part of a family of dealerships with six locations spanning eastern North Carolina to east Tennessee.
Larry Tysinger, the owner of Triad, has also served as a past Chairman of the National Freightliner Dealer Council for several terms.
“We are proud to be celebrating 40 years as a dealer partner of Freightliner Trucks. Over that time, I have seen a lot of changes in trucking industry,” says Tysinger. “In fact, today, things are changing today, faster than ever. However, one thing remains the same for Triad and Freightliner, our customers are still our top priority.”
Triad Freightliner is fully engaged with Elite Support, striving to provide an outstanding, consistent experience to every customer. Elite Support is unique to Freightliner and Western Star dealers; the process of being Elite Support certified requires a rigorous commitment to continuous improvement to ensure the highest of standards in service and efficiency.
“Going forward things will continue to change, but we at Triad are committed to customer focus and look forward to a long and continuing relationship with Freightliner,” Tysinger says.