Mack leader says company focused on improving marketshare

Jason Cannon October 3, 2013

“Are we ever going to be a 30 percent player in the market? No,” he says. “But we will be a double-digit player in the market again.”

Walsh further adds that Volvo Group, the parent company for Mack and Volvo Trucks, can become the leader in combined marketshare in the business.

As of August this year, Mack has delivered 12,167 units in North America, a 25 percent dip from 2012.

Thursday, Mack rolled out its new remote diagnostics platform, GuardDog Connect. Read about it here.

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