Freightliner announces personnel changes

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ST. THOMAS, Ont. — Mark Moseley has been appointed manager of Freightliner’s St. Thomas truck plant.

He will be responsible for all plant operations including production, quality, materials, facility engineering and human resources, the company recently announced.

“Mark Moseley is a veteran company manufacturing manager with broad experience in commercial vehicle production scenarios,” Alan Mayne, Freightliner general manager of manufacturing operations said. “He is a great choice to lead the St. Thomas team as we work hard to meet strong customer demand for Sterling trucks while continually enhancing quality.”

Meanwhile, Mike McCurry is taking over as manager of Freightliner’s Mount Holly, N.C. plant. The facility produces medium-duty and vocational trucks for Freightliner.

“Mike McCurry has demonstrated leadership and a clear quality focus in key manufacturing management positions within Freightliner LLC,” Mayne said. “He is a great choice to lead the Mount Holly team as we concentrate on quality and continuous improvement.”

In other Freightliner news, the company has announced Reid Bigland is the new president of Freightliner Custom Chassis Corporation.

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