New division rolls forward

November 1997
World Wastes;Nov97, Vol. 40 Issue 11, p7
Trade Publication
Discloses that Portland, Oregon-based Freightliner Corp. has named a new management team in an effort to integrate the Ford heavy truck division into its ranks. Appointment of John Merrifield as sales and marketing senior vice president; Development of a transition plan to facilitate producing Cargo trucks in Mount Holly, North Carolina; Addition of parts inventory acquired from Ford to the firm's parts distribution centers.


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