Mack delivers first Vision daycab in Canada, appoints new staff

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WINNIPEG, Man. — Mack has announced the delivery of the first Vision daycab to hit the streets in Canada.

Winnipeg-based owner/operator, Jim Webber, is the first customer to take delivery of a Vision daycab, which he’ll use to haul animal feed in Manitoba and North Dakota.

The Vision daycab is a recent addition to the Mack product line. The company says it features better visibility, improved storage space, new mirror offerings and improved headlamp performance. The truck has Mack’s new clean-burning EGR engine under the hood.

Meanwhile, Mack Canada has announced the appointment of Brian McClintock as district manager for Eastern Canada. In his new role, McClintock will be responsible for brand growth in Quebec and the Atlantic provinces. He will be based out of Montreal.

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