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Volvo Trucks hits milestone with Remote Diagnostics

Averitt Express took delivery of the milestone truck in early March.

Cummins, Eaton expand SmartAdvantage powertrain offering

Companies announce product expansion to their partnership that debuted in 2013.

Economists share optimism on 2014 truck market

Economists presenting at the Heavy Duty Manufacturers Association’s 2014 Heavy Duty Dialogue were optimistic about the North American truck market as 2014 begins to unfold. “The stage is set for an uptick, question ...

Cummins ISX12 G ready for launch

In the natural gas market, Cummins received EPA certification last week on the long-awaited ISX12 G natural gas engine, which will enter limited production in April, with full production beginning in August. “We ...

Phillips Industries introduces quick connection system

In response to an ongoing problem of corrosion on 7-way connections, Phillips Industries introduced the STA-DRY QCMS2, a quick-connect modular system designed to reduce corrosion buildup in the electrical systems of commercial ...

Fuel providers implementing natural gas rollout strategies

At the American Trucking Associations’ Summit on Natural Gas in Trucking, executives from Love’s Travel Stops, Pilot Flying J and TravelCenters of America discussed their respective plans and strategies for developing the ...

DTNA Revises 2012 Forecasts, Remains ‘Cautiously Optimistic’ About 2013

At a press briefing during the 2012 American Trucking Associations' Management Conference & Exhibition, Daimler Trucks North America on Monday, Oct. 8, revised its overall NAFTA 2012 Class 6-8 truck sales forecast ...

Graves Addresses ATA Members On Challenges, Opportunities

In the opening address at the 2012 American Trucking Associations Management Conference & Exhibition, Bill Graves, president and chief executive officer of ATA, said the industry is at a crossroads in regards ...

Daimler Showcases Global Strategy

At its opening press conference at the IAA commercial vehicle show in Hanover, Germany, Daimler reviewed its efforts to expand product offerings and increase its share in global markets. With an expanding ...

ATA Chair Discusses Today’s Trucking Challenges

Dan England, chairman of C.R. England and chairman of the American Trucking Associations, addressed the audience at the third annual Commercial Vehicle Outlook Conference in Dallas on Wednesday, Aug. 22, on issues ...

Predictive Analytics Touted By FleetRisk Advisors’ Jain

Vikas Jain, vice president and general manager for FleetRisk Advisors, a business unit of Qualcomm Enterprise Services, paid a visit to Commercial Carrier Journal's (sister publication to Successful Dealer) editorial staff to ...

Carriers Facing Cost, Regulatory Pressures, Paccar Exec Says

While the trucking industry is gaining some good fundamentals, including more favorable freight rates, carriers also continue to face tremendous cost pressures in addition to a heavy regulatory environment, said Dan Sobic, ...

FMCSA Releases Hours-Of-Service Final Rule

U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood on Dec. 22m, 2011 announced a final rule by the U.S. Department of Transportation's Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) that revises the hours-of-service (HOS) safety requirements ...

Avondale Outlook: Regionalization Changing Equipment Choices

An industry economist and three fleet executives shared their thoughts on the outlook for trucking and trucking equipment in the near future at the Avondale Partners Trucking Forum in Dallas, held Wednesday, ...
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