Mack History 2000

Mack Trucks Inc. celebrates a century of manufacturing trucks

2000 - On December 18, 2000 the United States Department of Justice approved the acquisition of Mack by AB Volvo, Sweden. Mack is acquired by AB Volvo.

Mack celebrates its Centennial anniversary.

The Granite series construction trucks line is introduced, combining traditional Mack application excellence with modern styling and an improved driver environment.

 Mack Trucks Australia becomes part of the Volvo Group  2001 - Mack Trucks Australia becomes part of the Volvo Group and production moves to Wacol, Brisbane.

Mack History 2000

2002 - The ASET (Application Specific Engine Technology) 12L engine family was introduced to meet the 2002 emission requirements while maintaining optimum performance.

The VISION Day Cab chassis began production. This non-sleeper cab version of the Vision long-haul sleeper provided the Vision's comfort, styling, and durability to operators in more localized applications.

Mack History 2000A Mack Titan truck sets the world record for pulling the largest Road-train

2006 - Mack renews its entire product offering to incorporate the new MP engine line designed to optimize performance while meeting stringent environmental regulations. New models include a redesigned Granite vocational truck.

A Titan truck sets the world record for pulling the largest Road-train – 113 trailer road train (1.474 km long) – John Atkinson in Clifton.