“Mack was already a 20-year-old company when Bulldog Magazine was launched in 1920,” said John Walsh, Mack Trucks vice president of marketing. “This special issue spotlights past customers and covers, as well as showcases the role Mack played in establishing today’s trucking industry through its products and advocacy.”
The magazine started in 1920 as a means to share critical information to customers, employees and salespeople describing how Mack products worked and what design was best suited for each job. The publication kept readers informed about products, services and trends, while also educating its audience with in-depth stories about everything from the role of trucks in society to powertrain trends.
The special June 2020 issue features articles one would expect from Bulldog, including important product announcements, such as the recently launched Mack® MD Series Class 6 and Class 7 models that will be built at Mack’s new facility, Roanoke Valley Operations (RVO), based in Roanoke, Virginia. Serial production on the highly anticipated MD Series begins in September.
The issue also features Mack’s new highly advanced steering system, Mack Command Steer for the Mack Anthem® and Mack® Granite® axle back models.
In addition to the new, the special issue of Bulldog features historical information about customers previously written about in the publication and past covers. Also included is a 1923 column by then-Vice President Norman Halliday that predicts the modern interstate system.
Publishing of Bulldog was interrupted during significant events, such as the Great Depression and World War II, but Bulldog returned to full publication in 1947.
Bulldog Magazine is free for anyone choosing to subscribe to it. To subscribe, please visit: https://www.macktrucks.com/mack-life/bulldog-magazine/.
Dedicated to durability, reliability and meeting the needs of customers, Mack Trucks has provided purpose-built transportation solutions for more than a century. Today, Mack is one of North America’s largest producers of heavy-duty trucks, and Mack® trucks are sold and serviced through an extensive distribution network in more than 45 countries. Mack trucks, diesel engines and transmissions sold in North America are assembled in the United States. Mack manufacturing locations are certified to the internationally recognized ISO 9001 standard for quality, ISO 14001 standard for environmental management systems and OHSAS 18001 standard for health and safety management systems. Mack is also a proud sponsor of Share the Road, an American Trucking Associations public information campaign aimed at enhancing the safety of our nation's roadways.
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