PORTLAND, OREGON and ST. THOMAS, ONTARIO…Freightliner LLC has appointed Mark Moseley manager of the company’s St. Thomas, Ontario, Truck Manufacturing Plant. In his new position, Moseley will be responsible for all St. Thomas plant operations including production, quality, materials, facilities engineering, human resources and maintenance. He reports to Alan Mayne, General Manager of Manufacturing Operations for Freightliner LLC.
“Mark Moseley is a veteran company manufacturing manager with broad experience in commercial vehicle production scenarios,” Mayne said. “He is a great choice to lead the St. Thomas team as we work hard to meet strong customer demand for Sterling trucks while continually enhancing quality.”
The St. Thomas plant employs 2,100 people in the production of Sterling-brand heavy- and medium-duty trucks including the A-Line, L-Line and Acterra. Over the past year, the plant has significantly increased production and employment to meet strong demand for Sterling Trucks. NAFTA sales of Sterling vehicles continue at robust levels in 2005. Class 8 heavy-duty truck sales increased 23% in the first quarter, while Class 6/7 medium-duty truck sales were up 29%.
St. Thomas production, maintenance, quality assurance and material handling employees are represented by the Canadian Auto Workers union.
Mark Moseley is 28-year Freightliner LLC veteran. Since January 2002, he has been serving as manager of Freightliner LLC’s Mount Holly, N.C., Truck Manufacturing Plant. Prior to that, he managed the company’s Portland, Ore., Truck Manufacturing Plant from February 1998 to January 2002. He joined the company in 1977 and has held a variety of manufacturing positions of increasing responsibility over his career in the Freightliner LLC organization.
Moseley holds a B.A. in Management and Psychology from Washington State University. He is a veteran of the United States Navy.