Mack Trucks celebrates 100 years in Canada

Mack Trucks celebrates 100 years in Canada

Celebrating its 100th anniversary in Canada this year, Mack Trucks is continuing to invest in technologies and services to support and grow its diverse customer base. Mack highlighted these investments with its Class 8 Mack Anthem and Class 7 Mack MD7 models during ExpoCam 2021, Sept. 22-23 at Espace Saint-Hyacinthe, Saint-Hyacinthe, Quebec.

“Mack has all the necessary services and products to leverage its leading uptime, fuel-efficiency and safety technologies to support further development of Canada and its diverse regions for the next 100 years,” said Jonathan Randall, Mack Trucks senior vice president of sales and commercial operations. “As the country focuses on infrastructure ambitions and a commitment to achieving net-zero emissions by 2050, our complete Class 6-8 product range and services can deliver advanced, clean technology solutions and exceptional total cost of ownership for our customers moving and building Canada.”

The company says the recently launched Mack Premium Service agreement comprehensive maintenance program simplifies maintenance management, while also enabling customers to bundle their service agreement with their truck payment, another benefit to Mack’s North American customers.

“Whether it’s B-trains, log trucks, dump trucks, refuse collectors or mixers, Mack covers Canada’s trucking needs,” said Steve Jugovic, Mack regional vice president, Canada. “Mack products deliver transport solutions needed in the city, on mountain roads and all throughways in between.”

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