Opportunity Timeline

1998 Trumack Assembly was formed to offer a low-cost niche manufacturing alternative to existing Mexico based assembly capacity for Ford Motor Company’s F-53 motor home chassis.
1999 Detroit Chassis commences operations as Trumack Assembly in Detroit’s Renaissance Zone.
2001 Detroit Chassis produces the ZEV electric-powered Think Neighbor, its first complete vehicle encompassing body, chassis and trim operations.
2002 SPECTRA becomes the parent company of Detroit Chassis LLC and Detroit Custom Chassis.
2005 Detroit Custom Chassis (DCC) was created to provide full vehicle custom up-fits such as suspension drive train conversion services, custom vehicle modification, Shipping Aids Recycling Program and AC Hose installation.
2007 DCC introduces the LoFloor conversion for the shuttle, transit and bookmobile industries
2014 Detroit Chassis Launches the F-59 package delivery van stripped chassis production
2015 Detroit Chassis launches Detroit Chassis Avon in Avon, OH to provide rear axles, tires & wheels for the Ford Motor Company Medium Duty trucks.
2016 Detroit Chassis introduces alterantive propulsion LPG and CNG options for the F-59

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