Mack sheds light on ‘07

The North American Institute, the distributor and customer training operation for Mack Trucks, will be conducting customer clinics throughout the U.S. and Canada in conjunction with its distributor network to detail the company’s strategies for meeting 2007 emissions standards

The North American Institute, the distributor and customer training operation for Mack Trucks, will be conducting customer clinics throughout the U.S. and Canada in conjunction with its distributor network to detail the company’s strategies for meeting 2007 emissions standards.

“It’s important for us to be as open as possible with our distributors and customers about our 2007 plans,” said Paul Vikner, Mack president & CEO. “They’re understandably concerned about what 2007 is going to bring, particularly the impact on their businesses. So we owe it to them to communicate how we plan to meet these standards, and, quite frankly, put their minds at ease about the new engines Mack is going to be bringing to the market – which we’re confident are going to provide breakthrough quality and performance.”

Topics will include the low-emissions technology of Mack’s ’07-compliant trucks, current product offerings and the company’s history.

For more information, go to www.macktrucks.com.

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