Mack Trucks Inc. hopes to sell its shuttered Pleasant Grove, UT, assembly plant by year's end, possibly as early as August, according to city officials. “We'll be selling the equipment and the facility,” confirms a Mack spokesman. Mack purchased the facility in 1989 and made heavy-duty front-discharge cement mixers there. But the company started to phase out production in September 1998, when it was apparent a partnership to make the Class 8 trucks was eminent with Oshkosh Truck Corp. ...
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