CSM is working on producing beneficial content for drivers and fleet owners. The first iteration to this program brought the video below – a quick pre-trip look at the powertrain.

These tips are valid for any make and model, but CSM sells Kenworth, so that’s what we used.

This is not a guide on how to get away with stuff and bypass the DOT. This is a guide to help you address some of the things that will cause the DOT to sideline your truck. getting pinged by state and/or federal departments of transportation is no fun for anybody.

Windsor, WI – Obviously, Wisconsin Kenworth really like Kenworths. Specifically their W900 model. In fact, so much that they have chosen to run a Facebook Photo Contest to see more of them. 

Green Bay Expansion Well Under Way

6,000 Square Feet of Added Capacity

There’s an expansion well underway in Green Bay, Wisconsin. No, this time it’s not the Green Bay Packers adding to their Titletown district or adding another deck to Lambeau Field. Just beyond the reach of the tall shadow cast by the holy land of football stadiums sits Wisconsin Kenworth’s Green Bay branch.

Wisconsin Kenworth’s Steve Kruit and Matthew Biesiadny win ESGR’s Patriot Award

Wisconsin Kenworth Honored by Department of Defense for Extraordinary Support of Employees Who Serve in the Wisconsin National Guard and Reserve

Oak Creek, WI – Wisconsin Kenworth’s Steve Kruit and Matthew Biesiadny recently received the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) Patriot Award, and were nominated by Nicholas Puffer. This award is one of the highest distinctions that is given to employers who go above and beyond in support of America’s many civilian soldiers. Kruit, Biesiadny, and Puffer all both at Wisconsin Kenworth’s Oak Creek Location, where Kruit is Branch Manager, and Biesiadny and Puffer are excellent Service Technicians. This marks the second time in the past year Wisconsin Kenworth has won this award.

For the better part of twenty years, Jeff Pitcel has worked in the trucking industry. He’s done it all, too. From finance, operations, and maintenance, Jeff knows his trucks. He’s worked with many fleets to help lower costs and improve operating efficiencies. It’s those traits that made him so alluring to CSM as their leasing and rental Operations Manager.

Wausau, WI – April 23, 2018On April 13, Wisconsin Kenworth – Wausau’s Amy Yessa, Eric Johnson, Jeremy Tritten, and Cory Heckendorf participated in Northcentral Technical College’s biggest K-12 event of the year – The 8th Grade Career Fair!

Tracy the Teammate

A Spotlight on Sahling Kenworth's Tracy Rasmussen

York, NE – April 10, 2018 CSM Companies, their subsidiaries, and their employees are proud to be active members of their communities. Through events like Crazy Legs, Bowling for Kids’ Sake, and community mentoring, the CSM Family is helping make a difference in their communities.

Sahling Kenworth’s Tracy Rasmussen embodies the network-wide outreach of CSM Companies.

DFS Delivers for ABC

Body Building Program off to Solid Start

Dedicated Fleet Services (DFS), known for customized fleet care, has been building heavy duty flatbed bodies for a national distributor. Fifteen completed builds into the first order, the company is poised for many more builds in the program.

MADISON, WI – March 26, 2018 – On April 20, 2018, CSM Companies will be participating in Bowl for Kid’s Sake. This event is the most significant fundraiser for Big Brothers Big Sisters, with over $68,000 (and counting!) raised for the organization this year. CSM Companies’ involvement with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Dane County is in its seventh year.

WAUSAU, WI – March 21, 2018 – On March 15, 2018, the Wausau branch of Wisconsin Kenworth attended the United Way of Marathon County Youth Hiring Fair at the Boys & Girls Club of the Wausau Area. This event provided the ability to meet with hundreds of students, between the ages of 14-18, that were looking for seasonal, part-time, full-time, and apprenticeship positions in the Wausau area. This is the third year the United Way of Marathon County put on the event.

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