Mack Trucks Helps Customers Navigate Grant Process to Obtain Public Funds

Mack Trucks is now working with an organization to assist dealers and customers navigate through the grant process to obtain public funding for alternative fuel.

Fri July 25, 2014 - National Edition
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A driver fuels a Mack Pinnacle Axle Back model. To help customers maximize their return on investment, Mack Trucks is now working with an organization to help dealers and customers navigate through the grant process to obtain funding for alternative fuel
A driver fuels a Mack Pinnacle Axle Back model. To help customers maximize their return on investment, Mack Trucks is now working with an organization to help dealers and customers navigate through the grant process to obtain funding for alternative fuel

To help customers maximize their return on investment, Mack Trucks is now working with an organization to assist dealers and customers navigate through the grant process to obtain public funding for alternative fuel — and clean diesel-powered vehicles.

“Mack is a leader in offering customers solutions that improve the total cost of ownership,” said Brian Layman, Mack vice president of business development. “Whether the solution is an alternative fuel vehicle or a service, such as helping simplify the grant application process, Mack is dedicated to working with customers to help achieve their business needs.”

Mack retained the services of the Sustainability Initiatives Group (SIG), which will maintain an up-to-date inventory of federal and state grant information, offer summaries on relevant grant opportunities and assist in the grant application process, including the writing of the grant.

Customers should contact their local Mack dealer for more information.




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