By The Nation
Potential customers can find information for current offerings in the Fuso line, model specs and vehicle comparison, while existing Fuso truck customers can access after sales service information in relation to Fuso oil, genuine parts or local parts for their maintenance needs.
The website also offers users the “build” function, where people can choose the body application of the truck and check out a preview on what their truck will look like. This also means that customers can find the most suitable truck for their business.
“We keep our customer’s needs at the heart of our daily operations, and this website was designed with that firmly in mind. We hope it will be able to address any of our customers’ questions when they are online or lead them to us offline,” said Stefano Giordani, CEO of DCVT.
He added that the website was designed with real users in mind, focusing on prioritising functions that can be helpful to the customers. This is also part of Fuso’s One-Stop-Solution strategy, where customers are provided with support from the time they are considering buying a truck until they have bought it.
The website can be found at www.dcvt.co.th.