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REV, Ryder partner to offer maintenance for bus dealers, customers

Posted on May 9, 2017

REV Group, a manufactureer of specialty vehicle brands and leading provider of parts and services, announced today that it has established a new service partnership with Ryder System Inc., a commercial fleet management, dedicated transportation, and supply chain solutions provider.

Under a Ryder SelectCare maintenance agreement, REV will leverage Ryder’s extensive maintenance network with a program designed to deliver nationwide vehicle maintenance services to the customers of REV Bus Brands, which include Collins, Champion, ElDorado, ENC, Federal, Goshen, Krystal, and World Trans.

The new partnership will enable REV to offer its dealers and their customers access to a superior level of preventive and on-demand maintenance solutions at hundreds of Ryder service locations throughout the U.S. This will supplement REV’s existing network of dealer service centers and its growing list of REV Technical Centers. Together with Ryder and its participating dealers, REV has created a revolutionary vehicle maintenance program for the bus industry.

Under the Ryder SelectCare service agreement, REV bus customers will have access to two levels of maintenance service — SelectCare Preventive Maintenance and SelectCare On-Demand Maintenance. The preventive maintenance option gives REV bus customers access to the same scheduled maintenance programs utilized by large fleets to control costs and maximize uptime. The on-demand option gives REV customers access to Ryder service centers nationwide, so help is available when and where needed.

To learn more about the REV/Ryder 5-Star Maintenance Program, click here.

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