Juan Smith, an engine quality assurance specialist who has been working here at DTNA’s Mt. Holly plant for 32 years, welcomed President Barack Obama to the facility yesterday. Co-workers cheered him on and took pictures from the factory floor.
Members of the press spent the day at DTNA’s Mt. Holly plant—before, during and after President Obama’s visit here yesterday.
DTNA’s commitment to green technologies is part of parent company Daimler AG’s global “Shaping Future Transportation” initiative. The initiative is focused on reducing criteria pollutants, carbon dioxide and fuel consumption through the utilization of clean, efficient drive systems and alternative fuels.
President Barack Obama chose a visit to Daimler Trucks North America’s (DTNA’s) Mt. Holly plant as the venue to introduce a new plan for boosting the use of alternative power vehicles yesterday.
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