Home Truck Daily Lundberg, who has led Mack Trucks’ Lehigh Valley plant for 4 years,...

Lundberg, who has led Mack Trucks’ Lehigh Valley plant for 4 years, leaving in September

During Lundberg’s tenure, Mack reaffirmed its commitment to its Lower Macungie plant through an $84 million investment that made the aging 1 million-square-foot facility more modern, integrated and efficient. The facility, which completed its first truck in 1975, also hit an all-time high employment of about 2,500 workers in 2018 as Mack grew its payroll to keep up with market demand and gained a piece of the highway segment with the unveiling of the Mack Anthem in 2017.

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