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February 25, 2000 - Industry News

Renault Truck Profits Drop In 1999

Renault reported a 1999 net profit of 55.5 million euros (about $55.1 million in U.S. dollars) for Renault VI/Mack. That was 58% below 1998 profits for the heavy vehicle unit

February 25, 2000 - Industry News

Pressure on Fuel Margins Nips Into Petro Profits

Petro Stopping Centers L.P. reported income (before extraordinary items and an accounting change) of $4.1 million in 1999, down from $5.7 million in 1998. Total revenue rose from $653.4 million in 1998 to $719.9 million in 1999.

February 25, 2000 - Industry News

Communications Middlemen: The Next Victims

By the end of this year, every wireless phone manufactured by Motorola will be able to access the Internet. Motorola of Schaumburg, IL, the second-largest manufacturer of mobile phones in the world (after Nokia of Finland),

February 24, 2000 - Industry News

Log Truckers Protest In Maine

Truckers in northern Maine have been protesting against Irving Forest Products, saying that rates have changed little over the past 15 years despite increases in costs

February 24, 2000 - Industry News

HD America E-Commerce Activities Growing

HDATA, the new e-commerce initiative from HD America Inc., has grown to be the largest mover of electronic data and electronic services in the independent heavy duty aftermarket, according to president Patrick Biermann.

February 23, 2000 - Industry News

Horsepower Growing Says Detroit Diesel

The average horsepower of new Class 8 truck engines continues to grow, according to statistics from Detroit Diesel.

February 23, 2000 - Industry News

ATA Wins Idaho Weight-Distance Tax Challenge

An Idaho District Court has struck down the state's weight-distance tax reduced-rate provision, finding it violates the Commerce Clause of the U.S. Constitution

February 23, 2000 - Industry News

Auto Parts Go Direct: Truck Parts Are Next

The buzzword of the Internet age is "direct." As in selling direct. Manufacturers are being urged to use the Internet to identify customers and eliminate the middlemen. It's already happened in a big way with books, music

February 23, 2000 - Industry News

Navistar To Unveil E-Commerce Strategy

Navistar International will make a major announcement regarding its e-commerce strategy within the next month, Chairman, President and CEO John Horne said at a news conference following its annual meeting.

February 23, 2000 - Industry News

Acquisitions Give Rush Double Digit Growth

Peterbilt mega-dealer Rush Enterprises posted 1999 revenues of $808.4 million, up 31.9% from 1998, and net income of $16.2 million, up 50% from 1998.

February 23, 2000 - Industry News

Mack Boasts Record Sales, Increases Share

With record sales for 1999 and seven straight years of market share growth, Mack Trucks is "as strong as it's been in our 100-year history," says president and ceo Michel Gigou.

February 23, 2000 - Industry News

Truckers Take Fuel Woes To Washington

"Welcome to Washington, truckers," came the greeting on the CB from a base station as a convoy of 200 to 300 trucks rolled into Washington, DC, yesterday to demonstrate over the fuel price crisis. One of

February 22, 2000 - Industry News

Volvo Expects 12.5% Drop In North American Sales

Volvo Trucks North America expects to sell about 30,000 Class 8 trucks in North America this year, according to company sources. That's about 12.5% below the company's 1999 sales of 34,303 units.

February 22, 2000 - Industry News

Volvo Sales Down 19% In January

Sweden's AB Volvo delivered 4,658 trucks in January, down 19% from 5,738 in January 1999. Although sales declined wordwide the company said orders have increased slightly since the beginning of the year

February 22, 2000 - Industry News

Volvo-Scania Monopoly Scare Downplayed

The European Commission may be worried that Volvo's purchase of Scania will give the new group more than 90% of the Swedish truck market, but truck buyers say that if the merger brings steep prices they'll simply shop other manufacturers.

February 22, 2000 - Industry News

Associates to Sell and Finance Trucks Online

Associates First Capital Corp. has partnered with Entrade Inc. to begin financing and selling trucks online.

February 22, 2000 - Industry News

Rest Areas Threatened in Washington State

Republican legislators in Washington state have proposed commercialization of rest areas to avoid closures.

February 22, 2000 - Industry News

Freightliner to Sponsor CART Race

Freightliner Corp. has signed a multi-year agreement to become a co-title sponsor of the Championship Auto Racing Teams (CART) FedEx Championship Series event at Portland International Raceway.

February 22, 2000 - Industry News

Qualcomm Signs Burlington Motor Carriers

Qualcomm says that Daleville, IN-based Burlington Motor Carriers has agreed to replace its currently installed mobile communications system units with Qualcomm's OmniTRACS mobile information management system units.

February 22, 2000 - Industry News

TruckersCo-op.Com Partners With Pilot, PTP

Celadon Group's business-to-business web-based subsidiary, TruckersCo-op.Com Inc. has signed partnership agreenments with Pilot Corp. and Professional Transportation Partners, LLC.

February 22, 2000 - Industry News

Navistar Name All But Disappears

Navistar International has changed the name of its operating company to International Truck and Engine Corp.

February 22, 2000 - Industry News

Truckers Demonstrate on Capitol Hill

Capitol Hill echoed the blast of air horns today as hundreds of truckers convoyed into Washington, DC, to protest fuel prices that have more than doubled in the past three months. More than 200 trucks, travelling under

February 22, 2000 - Industry News

Mercedes-Benz Trucks May Be Built Here

DaimlerChrysler is looking at building a plant in the U.S. that will produce some 100,000 Mercedes-Benz trucks a year, a company executive told German reporters. European capacity will not meet projected sales volume from 2003, he said.

February 22, 2000 - Industry News

Canadian Trucker Protests Could Spread

Canadian owner-operators defied a court order in Nova Scotia and slowed traffic in Quebec as they protested high fuel prices for a second day yesterday, and the protest could spread to Alberta

February 22, 2000 - Industry News

Miami Port Truckers Return To Work

Independent truckers at the Port of Miami are returning to work this week after a two-week wildcat strike that sometimes turned violent

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