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October 27, 1999 - Industry News

GM Changes EDI Standard

General Motors has changed its EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) standard, which could create new demands on U.S. carriers doing business with GM

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October 27, 1999 - Industry News

HighwayMaster Tracks Trailers

HighwayMaster Corp., Richardson, TX, has officially introduced its new trailer-tracking product called TrackWare

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October 27, 1999 - Industry News

PNV Sets Initial Public Offering

PNV.net, which provides Park 'N View cable, phone and Internet access at truckstops, Tuesday announced its initial public offering of stock

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October 27, 1999 - Industry News

Overnite, Teamsters Disagree On Strike's Effects

The effects of the Teamsters' unfair labor practices strike against Overnite Transportation, now in its fifth day, are hard to gauge. It varies greatly depending on whether you talk to the trucking company or the union

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October 26, 1999 - Industry News

Ex-Overnite Boss Testifies About Targeting Union Supporters

As Teamsters members and supporters picket at 109 Overnite Transportation terminals in protest of unfair labor practices, a former Overnite supervisor has come forth with testimony to the National Labor Relations Board about how the country's largest non-union less-than-truckload carrier systematically tries to get union supporters off of its payroll

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October 26, 1999 - Industry News

Terion Launches Mobile Messenger

As anticipated, Terion Inc., Melbourne, FL, has officially launched Mobile Messenger, its unique two-way communications system aimed at the long-haul truckload sector

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October 25, 1999 - Industry News

Maintenance Council Awards Silver Spark Plugs

The Maintenance Council awarded its highest honor, the Silver Spark Plug Award, to three trucking industry professionals during the council's 1999 Fall Meeting in Tampa, FL

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October 25, 1999 - Industry News

Phoenix Blames Diesel Exhaust For Pollution

A new report prepared for Phoenix area governments says diesel engines are the main cause of the metropolitan area's pollution problems

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October 25, 1999 - Industry News

Radio Band Approved For ITS Use

The Federal Communications Commission has agreed to make radio frequencies available for intelligent transportation systems (ITS) operations. The FCC allocated a range of 5850-5925 megahertz for dedicated short-range communications between vehicles and electronic systems on the roadside,

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October 24, 1999 - Industry News

Teamsters Strike Overnite Transportation

A strike by the Teamsters union against the nation's sixth largest less-than-truckload company is spreading to other locations

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October 22, 1999 - Industry News

Article Peels Cover Off American Trucking Assns.

The trucking industry's national trade association is in turmoil as its new leadership tries to turn the group onto a different course, according to an analysis published today in an influential Washington magazine

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October 21, 1999 - Industry News

Seattle Container Drivers Strike American President Lines

At 6 a.m. yesterday, owner-operator truckers who haul containers at the Ports of Seattle and Tacoma, WA, struck American President Lines, a steamship company operating at Terminal 5 in Seattle

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October 21, 1999 - Industry News

Labor Board Rules Overnite Intimidated Laredo Employees

The National Labor Relations Board ruled Monday that Overnite Transportation was guilty of threatening, coercing and intimidating workers because they were exercising their right to organize at the company's Laredo, TX, terminal

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October 21, 1999 - Industry News

South Carolina Trucking Assn. Looking At Truck Accidents

The South Carolina Trucking Assn. is taking a serious look at why truck accidents happen and will be proposing possible solutions in an attempt to deal with them

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October 20, 1999 - Industry News

Seattle Port Truckers Strike

Independent truckers who haul containers at the Ports of Seattle and Tacoma, WA, are scheduled to walk off the job today

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October 20, 1999 - Industry News

Muralt's Travel Plaza Sets Blood Drive Record

Muralt's Travel Plaza, with help from the Missoula, MT, community, surpassed the record number of pints collected in the national blood drive campaign sponsored by NATSO, the national association of truckstop operators. The three-day event also set a record as Montana's largest blood collection event

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October 20, 1999 - Industry News

Xerox To Serve Unions On The Web

The Xerox Corp., Rochester, NY, has announced a strategic alliance with WebGalaxy Inc., of Carlsbad, CA, an Internet service provider with strong ties to the U.S. labor movement. Xerox will offer computer and Internet consulting to unions affiliated with WebGalaxy and will also create e-commerce systems for use by both union organizations and members, including online shopping

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October 20, 1999 - Industry News

Dana Has Record Results Despite International Challenges

As it announced record third-quarter sales and operating profits up 27% for the quarter, Dana Corp. is continuing with restructuring plans, including closing 14 plants and 29 distribution centers, to pare costs in response to "softness" in key industrial and off-highway markets in Europe

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October 18, 1999 - Industry News

U.S. DOT Opens Cyber Shop

The U.S. Department of Transportation has hit the Internet, big time. You can now register with the department, apply for operating authority and even pay fines on the World Wide Web directly from your PC

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October 18, 1999 - Industry News

Bill Addresses Tribal Taxes

A U.S. House of Representatives committee last week held hearings on a bill that would penalize Native American tribes that do not collect and pay taxes, especially gasoline and diesel taxes, on goods sold on tribal lands

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October 18, 1999 - Industry News

Paccar Invests In Dealership Network

Paccar, parent company of Peterbilt and Kenworth, has bought stock in the largest network of Peterbilt dealerships in North America

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October 18, 1999 - Industry News

Rip Griffin Offers Limo Service

The Rip Griffin Travel Center in New Braunfels, TX, has instituted a Cadillac limousine service that gives drivers a lift from anywhere on the lot to the restaurant or convenience store

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October 15, 1999 - Industry News

Kenworth Names Customer Support Dealer of Year

Kenworth of Dayton in Dayton, OH, recently captured top dealer honors at the Kenworth Customer Support Meeting in Montreal

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October 13, 1999 - Industry News

More Oversize Load Problems Found In California

A California Highway Patrol study has found more instances of oversize loads hitting overpasses than previously reported by the California Department of Transportation

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October 13, 1999 - Industry News

Truck Driving School Settles Charges Of Misrepresentation

A New England-based vocational school offering courses in truck driving has agreed to a settlement of Federal Trade Commission charges that the school misrepresented the availability of jobs, their success in placing graduates in truck-driving jobs, and the commercial driver's license test pass rate of its graduates

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