Mack Power To Market Diesel Engine

Thursday, September 09, 1999
Mack Trucks will market its premier 12-liter diesel engine, the E7, as a power source for various industrial and marine market applications. The company's newest business unit, Mack Power, supports the marketing, sales, engineering, service and parts operations for E7's strategic move into several new market segments. An electronically managed engine, E7 will be available for the major industrial market segments of agricultural, construction, general industrial, material handling, pumps and compressors, and generator sets. Regarding the commercial and pleasure market marine segment, E7 will be offered in both E-Tech and mechanical models.

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