Mack begins delivery of U.S. Army trucks

  • 21-May-2009 03:30 EDT

The first group of Mack Vision Elite tractors built for the U.S. Army await delivery at the New River Valley Plant in Dublin, VA.  These are the first of a 152-unit order.

As part of a $28.5 million contract with the U.S. Army Tank-automotive and Armaments Command (TACOM) Life Cycle Management Command, Mack Trucks Inc. recently delivered 36 Mack Vision Elite model tractors with 70-in (1778-mm) High-Rise sleepers. The trucks were built at the New River Valley Plant in Dublin, VA. The three-year contract calls for Mack to deliver the Army 152 Vision Elite models, with lowboy trailers, as well as spare parts. A total of 80 units are slated for delivery this year.
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