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November 16, 1999 - Industry News

Tank Rollovers Under DOT Microscope

The Department of Transportation’s Research and Special Programs Administration has asked for comments on a tank rollover study done by the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute. Input will be used to evaluate the need for new rules on tank rollover protection devices within federal hazmat regulations

November 16, 1999 - Industry News

Feds Help Build Super-Efficient Truck

Over the past 20 years, truck builders have labored mightily and with great success to make trucks more fuel efficient, safe and environmentally friendly. But the gains they have made are puny compared to what is to come, if an ambitious government program is successful

November 16, 1999 - Industry News

Real-Time Freight Software From Sabre

Sabre Inc., Burlington, MA, has introduced OptiYield RT, a real-time version of its established OptiYield business analysis software for truckload carriers. OptiYield examines a company's business experience and helps distinguish profitable from unprofitable operations. Among other things,

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November 16, 1999 - Industry News

Qualcomm Expands Beyond Truckload

Qualcomm Inc. has introduced a new terrestrial-based mobile communications system and a Microsoft Windows-based onboard computer/keyboard, both designed to appeal to private and LTL fleets outside Qualcomm's customary truckload carrier market.

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November 16, 1999 - Industry News

Arrow Trucking Forms Arrow Logistics

Arrow Trucking Company has expanded its logistics division to form Arrow Logistics. The new subsidiary will be based out of Arrow's Houston terminal. Aubrey Scully is the executive director. Arrow President and CEO Jim Pielsticker called the

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November 16, 1999 - Industry News

Roberts Express Raises Rates

Roberts Express, Akron, OH, has increased the minimum charges for shipments handled by its Express Division. The new minimum charges are said to more accurately reflect the real cost of providing shorthaul service and are expected

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November 16, 1999 - Industry News

Rollins to Buy UPS Truck Leasing

Rollins Leasing Corp. will buy UPS Truck Leasing as part of a Strategic Alliance Agreement with UPS

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November 16, 1999 - Industry News

Driver Shortage Gives LTL Giant A Foot In Truckload Door

Roadway Express is hauling more truckload freight these days. So much, in fact, that based on revenue the unionized LTL carrier would rank among the nation's top 30 non-union truckload carriers

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November 15, 1999 - Industry News

RailAmerica To Sell Kalyn

RailAmerica says it will sell its trailer manufacturing subsidiary, Kalyn/Siebert, and focus on its core freight railroad business. Kalyn manufactures customized trailers for commercial and U.S. government/military customers at plants in Gatesville, TX, and Trois-Rivieres, Quebec. In

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November 15, 1999 - Industry News

Kenworth Parts Gets ISO Certification

Kenworth Truck Company's aftermarket parts operation recently received ISO 9002 certification. Using quality standards established by the International Standards Organization, Kenworth's efforts were measured for their efficiency and accuracy in getting parts to customers via the

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November 15, 1999 - Industry News

AlliedSignal Supercharges EBS Development

AlliedSignal has accelerated development of electronic braking systems with its German joint venture partner Knorr-Bremse

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November 15, 1999 - Industry News

Show Trucks Wow Wildwood

Sun and fun ruled at the 75 Chrome Shop Truck Expo '99, the final Truck-Lite Trophy Series National Assn. of Show Trucks competition, held Nov. 13-14 in Wildwood, FL

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November 15, 1999 - Industry News

Truckstop Medical Chain To Expand

Coast To Coast Medical, a fledgling chain of truckstop medical clinics, will likely be expanding to three more locations next year

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November 15, 1999 - Industry News

Fleet Pleads Innocent To Wastewater Violations

The owner and chief mechanic of a Pennsylvania trucking company have pleaded innocent to charges they washed kerosene, diesel fuel, gasoline, and other materials leaking from their cargo tanks straight into public sewers

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November 15, 1999 - Industry News

Engine Makers Ask For Delay In EPA Rulemaking

The Engine Manufacturers Assn. has asked the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for a 60-day extension in its final rulemaking on 2004 emissions regulations

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November 15, 1999 - Industry News

Iowa House Speaker Wants To Raise Speed Limit

Iowa's House Speaker wants to raise the speed limits on Iowa's four-lane highways from the current 65 mph to 70 mph to match surrounding states. But the governor's office is against it

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November 15, 1999 - Industry News

LA Councilman Attacks Diesels

A Los Angeles city councilman is on a crusade to reduce the number of diesel-powered vehicles in Southern California

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November 12, 1999 - Industry News

Overnite Ordered To Bargain With Teamsters At Four Terminals

As the Teamsters' unfair labor practices strike enters its fourth week, the National Labor Relations Board has ordered Overnite Transportation to bargain with the Teamsters at four Overnite Transportation terminals

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November 12, 1999 - Industry News

New Mexico Wants To Speed Up Trucks

In response to complaints about "rolling roadblocks" of trucks and RVs taking up both lanes of the Interstate as they try to climb the hill west of Albuquerque, New Mexico is testing a new 65-mph minimum speed limit on a 23-mile section of I-40

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November 12, 1999 - Industry News

Matlack Facing Fine Over Chemical Spill

Delaware-based hazardous materials hauler Matlack could face a $50,000 fine after one of its tankers spilled 100 gallons of a poisonous chemical at a Louisiana rest area

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November 12, 1999 - Industry News

USF Holland Plans For Wisconsin Terminal Scuttled

The city of Franklin, WI, has denied USF Holland's plan to build a 100-bay truck terminal

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November 12, 1999 - Industry News

ATA To Survey Driver Pay

The American Trucking Assns. is soliciting fleet participation in a survey of driver pay. The Driver Compensation Study 2000 will begin surveying regional and national less-than-truckload and truckload carriers the end of December.

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November 12, 1999 - Industry News

TTC Receives Supplier Award

Idealease has given Transmission Technologies Corp. its 1999 Component Supplier of the Year Award. The award recognizes involvement and support "far above and beyond" the level of service Idealease identifies as critical to ongoing growth and

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November 12, 1999 - Industry News

Spicer Plants Get ISO Certification

Dana Corp.'s Spicer Heavy Systems Assembly Div. has qualified for ISO 14001 certification for environmental quality. The certification covers plants in Lancaster, PA, and Lugoff, SC. plus the division office in Wyomissing, PA. It recognizes Dana's

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November 11, 1999 - Industry News

DOT Truck Safety Office Prepares for Change <!--11/10/99 3:29:43 PM-->

As the congressional session draws to a close and truck safety reform is still in question, the Office of Motor Carrier Safety is preparing for an extended transition into a new stand-alone safety agency.

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