News: USA - Mack Trucks tours mobile training centre
Greensboro-based Mack Trucks is demonstrating the benefits of buying its "REMACK" remanufacturing parts with a mobile training center that is currently touring the U.S. and Canada.
Thursday, 12th August 2010
The REMACK Mobile Training Centre, a 35-foot recreational vehicle that provides REMACK parts training to both dealers and customers, is outfitted with multiple product displays, along with a 38-inch flat-screen television, LCD projector and viewing screen, and two DVD players. "REMACK has more than 30 years of high-quality remanufacturing experience, along with the strongest warranty in the business," said Jeff Irr, the company's remanufacturing marketing development manager, in a statement. "We offer remanufactured Mack components including engines, carriers, and transmissions, as well as a variety of engine components and accessories. All of our components are remanufactured to original Mack specifications and are supported by Mack dealers across North America. REMACK components are a reliable and cost-effective replacement part option for our customers."
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