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February 14, 2016 5:19 AM ET

Machinery

Company Overview of Mack Trucks, Inc.

Company Overview

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

United States

Founded in 1900

Phone:

336-291-9001

Fax:

336-291-9202

Key Executives for Mack Trucks, Inc.

Chief Executive Officer and President
Age: 61
Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
Chief Operating Officer
President of North American Sales & Marketing
Senior Vice President of Product Portfolio Management
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.

Mack Trucks, Inc. Key Developments

Mack Trucks Inc. Plans to Lay Off 400 People at Pennsylvania Manufacturing Facility

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.

Firefighters Sues American LaFrance LLC, Kovatch Mobile Equipment Corp., Mack Trucks Inc., Pierce Manufacturing Inc., Seagrave Fire Apparatus LLC and Federal Signal Corp. over Hearing Loss

More than two dozen New Jersey firefighters are suing five fire truck manufacturers and a siren maker, alleging the noise from the emergency vehicles' sirens have led to an and irreversible loss of hearing. The lawsuit was removed from state Superior Court and filed in federal court in Newark on Dec. 4, 2015, on behalf of 34 current or former firefighters in Elizabeth, Linden, Bayonne, Union, Ridgewood, Kearny, Cranford and West New York. The suit names American LaFrance LLC, Kovatch Mobile Equipment Corp., Mack Trucks Inc., Pierce Manufacturing Inc. and Seagrave Fire Apparatus LLC, as well as Federal Signal Corp. The lawsuit alleges the firefighters, who were each employed by the departments for decades and have suffered irreversible hearing loss and a permanent decrease of their hearing, and making them unable and to enjoy life's pleasures. According to the suit, the fire truck manufacturers failed to test and develop crew cabs or install after-market modifications that would allow for safe sound levels for the firefighters while responding to calls in fire department vehicles, including pump and ladder trucks and paramedic vehicles. The suit further alleges Federal Signal Corp. knew or should have known the sirens were and inherently dangerous and to a human's hearing and failed to develop a safe product. Each firefighter is seeking $150,000 in damages as well as court costs associated with the suit.

Omnitracs Launches Strategic Partnership Initiative with Mack Trucks

Omnitracs, LLC announced it has entered into a formal memorandum of understanding with Mack Trucks, Inc., to provide its telematics software to enhance future offerings of Mack® Fleet Management Services. The announcement reinforces Omnitracs' ongoing commitment to partner with OEMs to deliver solutions that allow fleets to take their operations to the next level—better controlling costs, safety, vehicle maintenance and diagnostics, driver workflow and compliance. Both Mack and Omnitracs share a common focus on durability, reliability and total customer satisfaction, and are both united by a vested interest in utilizing technology to improve operational efficiency and vehicle performance. Upon implementation, this strategic partnership will provide a platform for each business to play to its core strengths, resulting in faster uptime and enhanced service for customers.

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