Mack Trucks, Inc. has a long history as a heavy truck manufacturer in the United States. The company was formed in 1900 as a builder of public passenger transportation vehicles and produced some of the early buses and trolleys used in city mass transit systems. During this period the company operated under the name Mack Brothers Company.

The product line moved to trucks in about 1922. The company rebranded itself as Mack Trucks at that time. It continues to operate from a Greensboro, N.C. headquarters with its principle production plant located in Pennsylvania. The company also maintains international operations with production facilities in Australia and Venezuela producing components and trucks for the worldwide markets. Mack Trucks is now a subsidiary of Volvo.

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