Mack Trucks, Inc. manufactures heavy-duty trucks, engines, and transmission products. Its truck range includes day cab, sleeper, heavy transport, granite series, load refusers, and vocational and refuse. The company also offers accessories, batteries, cabs, powertrains, electric parts, engines, filters, and fluids. In addition, it offers axles and suspension products. The company’s products are used for various applications, such as regional hauling, flatbed and lowboy, LTL and van, logging, oil field, mining, tractor, dumping, mixing, front loader refuse, rear loader refuse, side loader refuse, concrete construction, and municipal constructions. It offers its products through dealers, as we...
7900 National Service Road
Greensboro, NC 27409-9416
Founded in 1900
Mack Trucks Plans to Invest $70 Million in its Lehigh Valley Truck Assembly Plant
Apr 16 16
Mack Trucks announced that it plans to invest $70 million in its Lehigh Valley truck assembly plant. The modernization of the 7000 Alburtis Road facility in Lower Macungie Township is projected to take three years, and aims to improve manufacturing quality and efficiency. The 1-million-square-foot facility assembles all Mack Trucks built for the North American market and export. For more than 40 years, Mack's Lehigh Valley Operations has built high-quality trucks that customers can depend on,& Dennis Slagle, president of Mack Trucks.
Mack Trucks Names Jonathan M. Randall as Senior Vice President for North American Sales, Effective April 11, 2016
Mar 31 16
Mack Trucks announced that effective April 11, 2016, Jonathan M. Randall has been appointed senior vice president for North American sales. Randall will report to Mack President Dennis Slagle. Randall will be based in Greensboro, North Carolina. He holds a bachelor's degree from Colorado State University.
Mack Trucks Inc. Plans to Lay Off 400 People at Pennsylvania Manufacturing Facility
Dec 15 15
Mack Trucks Inc. planed to lay off 400 people, or more than 20% of the work force at its Pennsylvania manufacturing facility. The layoffs take effect Jan. 25. The plant in Lower Macungie Township, near Allentown, assembles every Mack truck built for the North American market and export.