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Mack launches New Used-Truck Program for Dealers

October 07, 2004

Mack Trucks, Inc. has established a Premium Used Trucks program to help its dealers capitalize on demand opportunities for quality pre-owned Mack vehicles, particularly highway tractors, the company announced. The new program was initiated to assist dealers to capitalize on high demand for quality pre-owned vehicles and get the stock they need to take advantage of that demand. Fleet trade-ins are the primary source of the vehicles available through the program. Approximately 90 days before these trucks are returned, descriptions and pricing are posted on a Web site. Eligible dealers can then review this information and make purchases electronically. Initially, each dealer organization is allowed a proportionate number of vehicles. Dealers requiring more can then purchase any vehicles not secured during the initial offering period.
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