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Highway Connections

Winter 2016


KAG is proud to operate the 100,000th

PACCAR MX-13 engine produced

for North America. The landmark

engine was presented to KAG by

truck manufacturer PACCAR and

will soon be running in a Peterbilt

Model 579. KAG received a plaque

to commemorate the event.

“We’re pleased to celebrate this major

event with Peterbilt,” says KAG President

Bruce Blaise. “The Peterbilt Model 579s

with MX-13 engines in our fleet have

been reliable, fuel-efficient performers.”

The engine was presented to Bruce

Blaise and Bruce Stockton, Vice

President of Fleet Services, during an

event at the state-of-the-art PACCAR

engine plant in Columbus, Miss., where

the MX-13 is manufactured for North

American markets.

KAG Operates 100,000th PACCAR

MX-13 Engine

“Peterbilt has been a strong partner

in helping us exceed our goals –

outstanding customer service, safe

on-time deliveries and innovation

throughout our operations,” says

Bruce Stockton.

Photo above: Bruce Blaise and

Bruce Stockton accept a plaque

commemorating the receipt of the

100,000th PACCAR MX-13 engine.

Shown left to right are: Robert Woodall,

Assistant General Manager of Peterbilt;

Dean Martin, President, AMG Peterbilt

of Columbus; Darrin Siver, General

Manager of Peterbilt; Bruce Blaise;

Scott Blue, Plant Manager, Paccar

Engines; Bruce Stockton; Larry Reding,

Director of National Sales; and

Leon Handt, Assistant GM of

Peterbilt Operations.

Photo left: This is the actual 100,000th

PACCAR MX-13 engine off the

manufacturing line that soon will be

running in one of KAG’s Peterbilt trucks.