kenworth logoThe two brothers George.T and Gerlinger had established their first truck sales company “Gerlinger Truck Industry” in 1912 in Portland of Oregano, the USA. As well as in 1914, they’ve manufactured their first 6 cylinder powerful trucks.

The company becomes Kenworth after the two principal stockholders, Harry Kent and Edgar Worthington, which become as Kenworth Truck Company.

In 1933, Kenworth becomes the first American truck manufacturer to install diesel engines as standard equipment and the first sleeper cabs are introduced.

In 1944, the Pacific Car and Foundry (PACCAR) buys Kenworth and from that day forward, Kenworth has continued to forge a reputation for craftsmanship, durability and engineering excellence that is unrivaled in the world today.

For more detailed information, please visit www.kenworth.com or www.paccar.com

 

The two brothers George.T and Gerlinger had established their first truck sales company “Gerlinger Truck Industry” in 1912 in Portland of Oregano, the USA. As well as in 1914, they’ve manufactured their first 6 cylinder powerful trucks.

The company becomes Kenworth after the two principal stockholders, Harry Kent and Edgar Worthington, which become as Kenworth Truck Company.

In 1933, Kenworth becomes the first American truck manufacturer to install diesel engines as standard equipment and the first sleeper cabs are introduced.

In 1944, the Pacific Car and Foundry (PACCAR) buys Kenworth and from that day forward, Kenworth has continued to forge a reputation for craftsmanship, durability and engineering excellence that is unrivaled in the world today.

For more detailed information, please visit www.kenworth.com or www.paccar.com