TORONTO, Ont. — Mack Trucks has made several personnel changes within its Canadian operations, including appointing a new regional vice-president, Canada.
John McQuade will take over the role, overseeing Mack Canada in place of his predecessor Frank Meehan, who has been promoted to Mack senior vice-president, international. McQuade will direct operations from Mack’s Toronto offices, while Meehan is being transferred to Allentown, Pa.
In another personnel shuffle, Greig Howlett has been appointed to the position of director of sales with Mack Canada. Howlett is responsible for Class 8, medium-duty and used trucks, as well as leasing.
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