Mack answering questions about SCR

July 30, 2008
To alleviate concerns about the OEM’s selective catalytic reduction (SCR) EPA 2010 engine solution, Mack Trucks powertrain marketing manager David McKenna will answer customers’ questions through a new feature on Mack’s homepage

To alleviate concerns about the OEM’s selective catalytic reduction (SCR) EPA 2010 engine solution, Mack Trucks powertrain marketing manager David McKenna will answer customers’ questions through a new feature on Mack’s homepage.

Visitors to Mack’s site can click on a banner entitled “Talking SCR” that allows them to submit their queries to McKenna and view his responses.

“We know SCR is the best choice for 2010,” McKenna said. “But we also know there’s a lot of misinformation out there about this technology. Our goal is to help the heavy-duty truck customer make a truly informed purchasing decision.”

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