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Mack Trucks Powertrain relocates from Plainfield, NJ.
Signal Oil Company acquires Mack Trucks, Inc.
Renault VI purchases a 10% stake in Mack Trucks, Inc.
Mack Trucks, Inc. becomes a wholly owned subsidiary of Renault VI
AB Volvo purchases Renault VI and acquires Mack Trucks, Inc.
Assembled the first Volvo engines for North America, beginning with the Volvo D12, and began a $150M transformation.
Introduced the new Volvo Group global heavy-duty engine platform, starting with the Mack MP7.
Opened a $40M state-of-the-art Engine Development Lab.
Assembled the new 13L for Mack and Volvo applications, began grooming the Volvo I-Shift automated manual transmission (AMT), and assembled the final legacy engine.
Began production of the MP10 for Mack and Volvo D13 for Prevost.
Began grooming the Mack mDrive AMT.
Celebrated 50 years of developing and manufacturing powertrains.
Became Volvo Group Trucks and began full assembly of the AMT.
Opened an onsite Medical Center & Pharmacy.
Became the North American Core Processing hub for Volvo Group brands.
Introduced a new, lean engine assembly line, invested in crankshaft machining operation, started production of Mack axles, and activated a parking lot solar canopy.
Activated a ground-mounted solar field.
Opened the Mack & Volvo Trucks Training Academy.
Announced $43M investment in a new gear and shaft machining operation and assembled the final Mack(T300) Maxitorque transmission at year-end.
Started assembly of the modular power box and other electromobility components for Mack and Volvo electric vehicles.