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The Mack Trucks Historical Museum unveiled an all-new exhibit titled "Keeping America Clean: The Evolution of the Waste Industry." The exhibit, which features three antique Mack trucks and an interactive visitor education display, was made possible thanks to support from Mack Trucks and Republic Services, an industry leader in recycling and waste disposal and longtime Mack customer. A brief ribbon-cutting ceremony was held to officially open the exhibit.
Mack Trucks has unveiled it's highly anticipated Mack LR battery electric vehicle (BEV) at WasteExpo 2019. Combining the refuse industry-leading design of the Mack LR model with a fully electric Mack drivetrain, the demonstration model will begin real-world testing in 2020 in the demanding operations of the New York City Department of Sanitation (DSNY).
The highly anticipated Mack LR battery electric vehicle (BEV) will grab the spotlight in Mack Trucks' booth at WasteExpo 2019, May 6-9 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Built to meet the demanding needs of the New York City Department of Sanitation, the fully electric LR demonstrator will begin testing and evaluation later this year.
VIDEO: Mack Trucks partners with Department of Sanitation New York (DSNY) on electric-powered LR model
Mack Trucks has named Montreal-based Mack Laval its third Mack Certified Uptime Dealer in the province of Quebec, and third French-language location. The accreditation confirms the dealer has met stringent requirements to amplify customer service and uptime. Mack made the announcement April 11 during ExpoCam at Place Bonaventure, Montreal.
Mack Trucks will partner with Republic Services to build and operate a fully electric Mack LR refuse truck to help their fleet achieve zero emissions goals.
Refuse and recycling trucks are some of the busiest big vehicles on the road, and spend most of their time navigating streets that are filled with other vehicles, as well as pedestrians and other potentially dangerous obstacles. To protect their drivers and trucks from potential harm, fleet managers are increasingly turning to camera systems that can provide views of both the drivers themselves and the roadway around them, offering multiple ways to improve safety.
Watch this: Eight-year-old recycling entrepreneur trades family pickup for a Mack LR refuse truck in latest RoadLife episode
Mack Trucks has released the fifth episode of its RoadLife series on roadlife.tv and Amazon Prime Video. "Ryan's Route" stars 8-year-old Ryan Hickman, a recycling entrepreneur and owner of Orange County, California-based Ryan's Recycling, as he trades in the family pickup for a more appropriate work truck: a Mack LR refuse model.
Mack Trucks has expanded the availability of a pre-wire option for equipment from Lytx - a global leader in video telematics - to the Mack Granite model. Mack made the announcement during a ride and drive event featuring Lytx DriveCam equipped Mack models in Fontana, California.
Lionel Valentine, a father of six who describes himself as a "family man as well as a working man," grew up on New York City's Lower East Side. For the past five years, he's risen every day before the sun to roll out onto the streets and work his shift in Manhattan with the New York City Department of Sanitation (DSNY).
The largest Mack dealership in North America recently opened in Fontana, California, the newest location in Portland, Oregon-based TEC Equipment's network of 26 dealerships in the Western region. Located at 14400 Randall Ave. in Fontana - near the San Bernardino Freeway and across the street from the Auto Club Speedway of California - the new $30 million full-service dealership is well-positioned to serve long-haul customers traveling through southern California.
At Waste Expo in Las Vegas, today, Mack hosted a press conference with several announcements, including the availability of pre-wired Lytx video telematics, new features for LR model collection trucks, as well as an announcement about the advancement of electromobility for collection fleets, through a pilot project planned for New York City, in 2019.