Mack Truck’s Winnsboro, SC, plant will close permanently Nov. 8, idling 670 workers. A sharp drop in U.S. heavy-duty truck sales is being blamed for the closure. Mack operates two U.S. plants for making on-highway tractors, Winnsboro and a Volvo Trucks site in Dublin, VA, owned by Mack parent company AB Volvo. Both have been operating below capacity, says the Allentown Morning Call, with Winnsboro output at 57 trucks per day instead of 160 and Dublin building 45 trucks a day instead of ...

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