Video: Las Vegas Freightliner-Sterling-western Star

Nov. 10, 2009
With truck sales down, dealerships are refocusing on maintenance service and parts sales to drive business. Making maintenance service faster and more efficient is driving many dealerships to reconfigure their operations. Brian Chapman, GM of Las Vegas Freightliner-Sterling-western Star, explains how he's putting such efforts in action.

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