Remack mobile training centre hits the road

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GREENSBORO, N.C. — Remack, the remanufacturing arm of Mack Trucks, has built a 35-ft. mobile training centre that is now touring Canada and the US to educate dealers and customers on the benefits of using Remack reman’d parts on Mack trucks.

The mobile training centre is built on a 35-ft. recreational vehicle. It’s fitted with multiple product displays and a 38-inch flatscreen TV for the showing of educational videos.

“Remack has more than 30 years of high-quality remanufacturing experience, along with the strongest warranty in the business,” said Jeff Irr, Mack remanufacturing marketing development manager. “We offer remanufactured Mack components including engines, carriers, and transmissions, as well as a variety of engine components and accessories. All of our components are remanufactured to original Mack specifications and are supported by Mack dealers across North America.”

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