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November 29, 1999 - Industry News

Missouri DOT Looks To Toll Roads

The Missouri Department of Transportation wants to have the authority to establish toll roads and bridges

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November 29, 1999 - Industry News

Truckstop To Pay For Dumping Raw Sewage

A New Hampshire truckstop will pay $225,000 to settle a pollution lawsuit

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November 29, 1999 - Industry News

Peregrine Helps United Manage Fleet

Peregrine Systems says United Airlines has purchased its FleetAnywhere software system for implementation in 39 locations worldwide.

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November 29, 1999 - Industry News

Six Schneider Drivers Win Packer Weekend

Six of Schneider National's Advantage Club winners were treated to a Green Bay Packer football weekend early this fall.

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November 29, 1999 - Industry News

Jacobs Builds 2 Millionth Brake

Jacobs Vehicle Systems recently produced its two-millionth engine retarder, or Jake Brake as it is commonly known.

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November 29, 1999 - Industry News

Future Potential Is Double-Edged For PNV

The possibility of success may have hurt PNV Inc.'s debut on the Nasdaq last Wednesday

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November 29, 1999 - Industry News

Clean Diesel Products Closer To Commercialization

Clean Diesel Technologies Inc. fell deeper into the red last quarter as it continues to invest in systems to help engine makers meet 2002 emissions regulations. The company lost $2.4 million in the third quarter and has lost $3.8 million year-to-date.

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November 29, 1999 - Industry News

The Truck Safety Bill: Finding Out What’s Wrong

The safety legislation that Congress passed November 19 is a two-part meal: a special first course, followed by meat-and-potatoes

November 26, 1999 - Industry News

Turnpike Commissioners Like NJ Toll Plan

New Jersey Turnpike Authority commissioners last week voted unanimously to authorize public hearings on a plan to raise tolls

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November 24, 1999 - Industry News

EPA To Propose Information Access Web Site

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will reportedly seek regulations requiring vehicle manufacturers to post emissions related repair and service information on a web site.

November 24, 1999 - Industry News

Werner Expects 4th Quarter Hit From Fuel Prices

Truckload carrier Werner Enterprises says higher fuel prices will affect fourth quarter earnings.

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November 24, 1999 - Industry News

Associates To Fund Technology Companies

Associates Commercial Corp. has launched Technology Vendor Finance Group to provide finance and leasing services to manufacturers and distributors of technology-based products.

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November 24, 1999 - Industry News

Grumman Olson Buys Into Refrigerated Bodies

Grumman Olson Industries Inc. will add refrigerated truck bodies to its line of aluminum walk-in vans and parcel delivery trucks with the purchase of Complete Refrigerated Truck Bodies, Alvaton, GA

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November 24, 1999 - Industry News

Haldex to Expand German Operations

Haldex Brake Systems has announced plans to build a new facility for its Product Center in Heidelberg, Germany.

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November 24, 1999 - Industry News

Delphi Buys Lucas Diesel from TRW

TRW Inc. has agreed to sell Lucas Diesel Systems to Delphi Automotive Systems Corp. for $871 million in cash. Delphi will acquire substantially all Lucas assets, certain liabilities, and its associated aftermarket activities

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November 24, 1999 - Industry News

Landstar Ligon To Appeal Unsatisfactory Safety Rating

Officials at Landstar System say they're confident that a proposed "unsatisfactory" safety rating for its Landstar Ligon division will never take effect.

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November 24, 1999 - Industry News

Dry Van Fleets Lead Driver Pay Increases

Over 20% of truckload carriers participating in The National Survey of Driver Wages have increased driver compensation since last August, according to SignPost Inc., which conducts the quarterly survey.

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November 24, 1999 - Industry News

Overnite Reopens Another Facility

As the Teamsters' unfair labor practices strike against less-than-truckload carrier Overnite Transportation passes the one-month mark, Overnite reopened another service center that had been closed due to the picketing

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November 24, 1999 - Industry News

Overnite Buys 240 New Internationals

Less-than-truckload carrier Overnite Transportation, Richmond, VA, has started taking delivery of 240 new trucks, the first installment of a $14.45 million purchase from Navistar International

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November 24, 1999 - Industry News

Study Ranks Worst Traffic Bottlenecks

A study conducted by Cambridge Systematics for the American Highway Users Alliance identifies the most serious traffic bottlenecks across the country

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November 24, 1999 - Industry News

They Give You A Warning In Waldo

If you're heading into Waldo, FL on State Road 24, you'll notice new highway markings that are supposed to help you slow down before you hit a speed trap. The American Automobile Assn. and the Florida Department

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November 24, 1999 - Industry News

Trucking School Buys Second Simulator

New-York based National Tractor Trailer School has bought a second truck driving simulator

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November 24, 1999 - Industry News

Teamsters Take Over Local, Officer Sues

The International Brotherhood of Teamsters declared an emergency trusteeship for Philadelphia Local 115 and removed 73-year-old John P. Morris from office as secretary-treasurer last week. The union accused Morris of a number of abuses, including buying and stockpiling weapons

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November 23, 1999 - Industry News

Job-Hopping Blues

Trucking companies have been dealing with driver job-hopping and a driver shortage for years. But with today's tight labor market, other employers are now facing the same problems. A recent article in U.S. News & World Report

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November 23, 1999 - Industry News

Truck Safety Gets a Seat at the Table

Congress made itself clear: it’s time for the federal truck and bus safety program to stand on its own. Legislation passed last week contains the most significant change in truck safety regulation in more than 30 years.

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