CHATHAM, Ont. - The truck manufacturing industry has seen its share of highs and lows.Always providing those who transport products to keep the economy thriving, with top of the line mobility.With rec...
COFFEE: Todd Beselaere knows what it takes to make it through a long day at the plant.
NON-STOP PRODUCTION: As the truck constantly moves on the line, workers hustle around it to create a machine that will travel hundreds of thousands of miles for its pilot.
STRAPPING LADS: Rob McNiff, left, and J.P Griffore work on the fuel tank straps at the sub-assembly station.
BEAUTIFICATION: A painter adds luscious color to a cab of a new truck.
ANALYZE THIS: Raymond Koe, structural analyst demonstrates how weak points are detected and corrected before moving to the production line.
CHATHAM, Ont. – The truck manufacturing industry has seen its share of highs and lows.
Always providing those who transport products to keep the economy thriving, with top of the line mobility.
With recent cutbacks and closures affecting a large part of the assembly population, Truck News wanted to shine the spotlight on the often forgotten workers in the background who build the trucks from scratch.
The International Truck and Engine Corporation’s Chatham Assembly Plant strives constantly to keep with their vision to be the best truck and engine company possible.
– Brandi Cramer uses her love of photography to highlight a different aspect of the trucking industry each month and she can be reached at 416-442-2194.