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  • W.B. Mason, Ryder partner to expand fleet with electric step vans

    W.B. Mason, the nation’s second largest privately owned office products dealer, has taken delivery of Workhorse E-GEN electric, range-extended step vans. The company has expanded its fleet with the Workhorse electric vehicles to support its national

  • New Phillips QWIK-CHECK confirms tractor/trailer electrical connection

    Phillips Industries has introduced the QWIK-CHECK, developed for quick and easy confirmation of power within the 7-way connection between the tractor and trailer. Designed for integration into the electrical system of the nosebox, it eliminates the i

  • Demand drives expansion at Prestige Custom Mfg

    Mobile specialty vehicles builder Prestige Custom Manufacturing is expanding again due to high demand for food trucks and concession trailers. The expansion will involve a second manufacturing line to increase capacity and help reach a company-wide g

  • Spartan honors ‘best and brightest’ suppliers

    Specialty chassis and vehicle manufacturer Spartan Motors Inc. recently hosted dozens of key supply chain partners at its 15th Annual Supplier Conference, which took place near the Company's headquarters in Charlotte, MIan. Spartan's Corporate Direct

  • Utility unveils 4000AE Drop Deck flatbed

    Utility Trailer Manufacturing Company has introduced the light weight 4000AE Drop Deck flatbed trailer. “Our new 4000AE Drop Deck incorporates the advanced technology that is found in our 4000AE combo flatbed, delivering the long-term benefits of bot

  • Tariff breaks to be decided company by company, US government says

    A "fair and transparent process" will determine which manufacturers, based on their requests, get a break from the Trump administration's proposed 25% tariff on steel imports and 10% tariff on aluminum, the U.S. Department Commerce said in a March 19 notice.

  • Fontaine Modification site celebrates 3,000 safe days in a row

    With the focus on increased technology and continuous improvement, businesses aren’t usually looking to stay the same for a nine-year stretch. But, in this case, staying consistent is exactly what Fontaine Modification’s Williamstown, W.Va., center w

  • Record trailer orders continue in February

    Trailer orders set an all-time in February, following January’s monthly best, according to the preliminary report from ACT Research. ACT’s preliminary estimate for February net trailer orders is 33,000 units. Final February volume will be available l

  • Volvo targets heavy haul with new VNX

    On a day appropriately punctuated with snow flurries, Volvo hosted a press event to introduce its new VNX heavy-haul tractor (and to show off the jobsite-based VHD). But, given the work-specific nature of both, specialty trailers and truck bodies were also featured much more prominently than on a typical truck showcase. Learn a little about Volvo's latest, and see the gallery from the vehicles on the test track—and in the dirt.

  • Truck sales up another 10% in February

    Retail sales of medium- and heavy-duty trucks in February began to climb out January’s hole with all weight classes except Class 7 showing improvement from the month before, according to figures compiled by Wards Intelligence. Dealers sold 56,363 tru