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November 9, 1999 - Industry News

Michigan Wants More Staff To Handle Border Traffic

The Michigan Department of Transportation wants to double the number of customs and immigration officials to deal with increased traffic, especially trucks, with the opening of a second bridge to Canada

November 9, 1999 - Industry News

DaimlerChrysler To Modernize Brazil Operations

DaimlerChrysler, parent company of Freightliner, plans to modernize its truck-making operations in Brazil

November 9, 1999 - Industry News

Microsoft and Trucking

On Friday, a federal judge ruled that Microsoft, makers of the Windows operating systems among other popular software, was a monopoly. But the so-called finding of fact, is only the first ruling in the ongoing struggle

November 8, 1999 - Industry News

Idealease Locations Honored

Idealease of North America recently honored 51 of its locations with I.D.E.A.L. Gold awards for excellence

November 8, 1999 - Industry News

Accuride Forms Two Business Units

Accuride Corp. has reorganized its operations, forming two business units: Heavy Vehicle Operations and Light Vehicle Operations. Heavy Vehicle Operations, based in Evansville, IN, offers steel and aluminum wheel products to medium and heavy wheel customers in

November 8, 1999 - Industry News

Overnite Strike In Third Week

As the Teamsters job action against Overnite Transportation headed into its third week, both sides continued to offer widely different versions of how the strike is affecting the non-union less-than-truckload carrier

November 8, 1999 - Industry News

Labor Board Files Complaint Against SAIA

The National Labor Relations Board has filed a complaint against Atlanta-based SAIA Motor Freight Line, charging that the company has illegally interfered with and tried to intimidate employees at a Texas terminal who want to join the Teamsters union

November 8, 1999 - Industry News

Quebec Independents Ask For Limits On Competition

Independent truckers in Quebec are asking the province to limit the number of newcomers to the trucking industry because they can't make a decent living

November 8, 1999 - Industry News

Illinois Tightens CDL Testing

New, stricter testing procedures will make it harder for some people to get a commercial driver's license in Illinois

November 8, 1999 - Industry News

J.B. Hunt Specs Cummins ISX Engines In New Freightliners

J.B. Hunt Transport Services has purchased 1,525 Cummins ISX 400 ST2 engines for its new Freightliner Century Class trucks

November 8, 1999 - Industry News

Isuzu Posts Record October

American Isuzu Motors posted October retail sales of 1,280 commercial vehicles, its strongest October on record. Year-to-date sales were 16,749, up 24% from 1998 and just 112 units short of total sales for all of 1998

November 8, 1999 - Industry News

Volvo Makes Run At China

Volvo is planning to gain up to one quarter of China's heavy truck market in the next few years, according to the Xinhua News Agency

November 8, 1999 - Industry News

Donkeys At The Elephant Show

A Democratic coup at ATA? Hardly. But Democrats have been showing up in highly visible places in trucking's Republican-leaning trade organization. Like other groups at ATA's Alexandria, VA, headquarters, the Communications Department has been totally redesigned. The

November 7, 1999 - Industry News

Driver Shortage Not Just U.S. Problem

U.S. trucking fleets aren't the only ones facing a shortage of qualified truck drivers. Canada needs 50,000 new truckers, according to a recent report in The Ottawa Citizen

November 5, 1999 - Industry News

Gore Looking For Teamsters Endorsement

Vice President Al Gore is still trying to win the endorsement of the Teamsters union in his bid for president. The Teamsters refused to endorse him last month, even as the AFL-CIO did so

November 5, 1999 - Industry News

New Study Says Diesel A Cancer Threat

A new study shows that diesel exhaust is the most dangerous cancer-causing toxin in the Los Angeles area reports the Orange County Register

November 5, 1999 - Industry News

Hyundai Adds Trailer Dealers

Hyundai Precision America has entered the Canadian trailer market with two new dealerships, Ft. Gary Industries, with locations in Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Edmonton, Regina and Calgary, and West Van Inc. in Mississauga, ON. The company has also added

November 4, 1999 - Industry News

Arctic Circle Truckstop Closes For Winter

The Coldfoot Truck Stop in Barrow, AK, shut down its restaurant and hotel rooms Monday for the winter. The truckstop will run through the winter, selling fuel for just eight hours a day with a skeleton staff of three

November 4, 1999 - Industry News

FleetPride Buys Wheels And Brakes

FleetPride, the nation's largest aftermarket distributor of heavy-duty truck parts, is expanding in the Southeast with the acquisition of Atlanta-based Wheels and Brakes Inc

November 4, 1999 - Industry News

Detroit Diesel Posts Record Earnings in Third Quarter

Detroit Diesel Corp. posted record third quarter net income of $11.9 million, up 18% from third quarter 1998

November 4, 1999 - Industry News

Licensing Goes Online

It seems that every day there’s another way for the Internet to make trucking more efficient. Lockheed Martin IMS, the company that offers the PrePass weigh station preclearance service, says it is developing an Internet-based system that takes time and labor out of registration, permitting and fuel tax compliance

November 4, 1999 - Industry News

Ring-Around-Qualcomm at ATA

Challengers surrounded Qualcomm on the American Trucking Assns. convention exhibit floor in Orlando, FL, this week. American Mobile Satellites Corp.'s exhibit was closest, and AMSC was gunning for Qualcomm's popular OmniTRACS product. In sit-downs with AMSC COO

November 3, 1999 - Industry News

Silver Eagle Clears Air Over Army Contract

Trailers built for the U.S. Army’s Humvees have become a “political football” with Silver Eagle Manufacturing caught in the middle, says the company’s president, Gary Gaussoin

November 3, 1999 - Industry News

ATA Supports 14 On, 10 Off

As the federal government’s proposed new hours of service regulations wind their way through the tedious review process at the Department of Transportation, the American Trucking Assns. has made it clear what it wants

November 3, 1999 - Industry News

Oregon Voters Approve Fair Tax Amendment

Oregon voters Tuesday approved a constitutional amendment requiring cars and trucks to pay their fair share of highway construction and maintenance costs. It’s unclear how the vote will affect a spring referendum that would raise the gas tax and do away with the state’s weight-distance tax

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