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  • Truck tonnage dips in June, but ATA says demand still strong

    Truck tonnage dipped 1.1% in June from the previous month, but rose from year-ago levels, continuing a streak dating back more than two years.  “Tonnage continues to show resilience as it posted the 26th year-over-year increase despite fal

  • Future-proofing the transportation industry

    The safety technology market is changing rapidly. To future-proof your fleet, you have to ensure the technology you invest in today can be flexible enough to accommodate future capabilities via integration.

  • New gearbox generation enables CO2 savings

    Saving up to five grams per kilometer, the new manual gearbox MQ281 has been installed in the new Passat with other Volkswagen models to follow suit.

  • New service helps fleets proactively manage CSA scores

    J.J. Keller CSA Performance Suite combines robust dashboard reporting with expert compliance assistance and training.

  • FourKites partnering with TAT to fight human trafficking

    FourKites, a leader in predictive supply chain visibility, says it is partnering with Truckers Against Trafficking (TAT) to help in the fight against human trafficking. Human trafficking is an estimated $150 billion criminal enterprise tha

  • CVTA backs entry-level driver training rule implementation

    The Commercial Vehicle Training Association (CVTA) recently said it supports the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration's (FMCSA) Entry-Level Driver Training regulation but finds the decision to delay individual certification "particularly probl

  • Limiting vehicle speed

    Last month a bill was introduced in the Senate that would require new commercial vehicles (26,001 lbs. or more) to be equipped with a device to limit their speed to 65 miles per hour.  This is not the first time the legislature has tried to requ

  • Bringing the future closer

    Over-the-air updates could change transportation.

  • Why homegrown technicians are best

    Helping people with basic skills acquire more in-depth knowledge and a broader skillset (along with keeping them once they have been hired) is up to the fleet.

  • Truck sales slip in June: Wards

    June retail truck slipped from the month before but continued to post gains compared to last year, according to figures compiled by Wards Intelligence. Dealers sold 73,167 trucks with gross vehicle weight ratings above 10,000 pou

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  • Navistar's Severe Service team enhances dealer resources

    Providing an added margin of expertise for complex vocational truck sales, Navistar’s Severe Service team recently launched an Application Engineering Hotline that provides International dealers with direct, rapid access to the product experts w

  • Nova USA’s Apitong Oil protects wood product applications

    Nova USA’s Apitong Oil was specifically designed to enhance the durability and beauty of nearly all exterior wood products used in heavy duty automotive and industrial applications. Developed with a proprietary blend of Tung oil, UV blockers, fungi

  • Buyers Products launches new SnowDogg online experience

    Buyers Products, a leading manufacturer of work truck equipment, has launched a new way to browse its SnowDogg snow plows online. The new SnowDogg landing page allows users to quickly find a snow plow that fits their vehicle. Users enter their vehic

  • NTEA recognizes Mickey Truck Bodies, others for MVP status

    The National Truck Equipment Association (NTEA) recently recognized new and renewing members of its Member Verification Program (MVP), including specialty trailer and truck body manufacturer Mickey Truck Bodies in High Point NC. Truck equipment manu

  • Lincoln Electric launches next-generation welding helmets

    Lincoln Electric recently launched the next generation in professional auto darkening welding helmets. The new VIKING 2450 and 3350 Series welding helmets feature industry leading 4C optics, innovative headgear to improve comfort and a low-profile ex

  • Morgan Truck Body expands with new Midwest facility

    Morgan Truck Body, a manufacturer of light- and medium-duty truck bodies, is expanding its manufacturing footprint in the Midwest. The company says its new facility in Orrville OH will have the capability to produce a combined 4,000 dry freight and

  • Distrifresh deploys electrically driven cooling trailers

    Distrifresh, a subsidiary of Vion Food Group, recently purchased two trailers with electrically driven cooling motors it says are 100% emissions-free as part of its mission to make logistics processes more sustainable. The Netherlands-based company,

  • Trailer production strong, orders weak as cycles normalize

    ACT sets its preliminary estimate at 6,200 units for June; FTR reports 343,000 trailer orders over the last 12 months

  • Fontaine Mod to offer pre-wiring for Lytx safety solutions

    Fontaine Modification, which provides truck modification services, says it will offer pre-wiring packages for Lytx fleet solutions on major truck brands, including Ford, Hino, International, Volvo, Freightliner and Kenworth. Lytx is a provider of vi

  • Truck sales slip in June: Wards

    June retail truck slipped from the month before but continued to post gains compared to last year, according to figures compiled by Wards Intelligence. Dealers sold 73,167 trucks with gross vehicle weight ratings above 10,000 pou