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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

November 2, 1999 - Industry News

Volvo: Internet Will Change Industry

Today's distribution system for trucks and components is ripe for overhaul and the Internet is the force that can do it, says Marc Gustafson chief executive of Volvo Trucks North America

November 2, 1999 - Industry News

Cobra Launches New Accessories Division

Cobra Electronics has announced its new HighGear Accessories Division. The first products to be produced by the new division will be a line of high-end CB radio accessories, including antennas, microphones and speakers

November 1, 1999 - Industry News

Driver Pay Must Change, Says OOIDA's Spencer

It is time to change the way truck drivers are paid, says Todd Spencer, vice president of the Owner-Operators Independent Drivers Assn

November 1, 1999 - Industry News

Ryan's Office Knew About CDL Crimes, Alleges Tribune

The Chicago Tribune reported Sunday that aides to Illinois' then-Secretary of State George Ryan had evidence six years ago that license employees were selling driver's licenses - long before federal officials started indicting employees in a CDLs-for-cash scandal

November 1, 1999 - Industry News

Caltrans In Hot Water Over Permitted Loads - Again

The California Department of Transportation, already under fire for issuing oversize load permits and routing that resulted in overpass crashes, is coming under more scrutiny after a bridge collapsed

November 1, 1999 - Industry News

International Changes Strategy: Take More Risks

International has changed from a company that was internally focused and "risk-averse" to one that is externally focused and ready to make the changes that the market demands. That's the word from Steve Keate, recently appointed president of the company's truck group

November 1, 1999 - Industry News

Rates: The Internet Factor

There was no trucking activity on shipping-auction.com (www.shipping-auction.com) last week, but then this latest transportation auction site on the World Wide Web just opened for business. In a news release, shipping-auction.com's president said, "This site is

October 31, 1999 - Industry News

Violence Reported In Teamsters Strike

As the Teamsters strike against less-than-truckload carrier Overnite Transportation enters its second week, scattered episodes of violence are being reported on both sides

October 29, 1999 - Industry News

PATT Urges DOT To Expedite Hours Of Service Proposal

Parents Against Tired Truckers last week urged Transportation Secretary Rodney Slater to ignore a request by the American Trucking Assns. to delay hours of service regulations until after a new Motor Carrier Administration is formed

October 29, 1999 - Industry News

TMC To Vote On Underride Guidelines

The Maintenance Council of the American Trucking Assns. is scheduled to vote this month on a recommended maintenance practice for the new energy-absorbing rear underride guards

October 29, 1999 - Industry News

California Unveils Truck Driving Hotline

The California Highway Patrol and the California Trucking Assn. have unveiled a new program for citizens to report good or bad truck driving

October 29, 1999 - Industry News

Rollins Reports Record Results

Rollins Truck Leasing reports that revenue and earnings for the 1999 fiscal year, which ended Sept. 30, were the highest in the company's history

October 29, 1999 - Industry News

Landstar Recognized As Top Technology User

Landstar System, Jacksonville, FL, has been recognized by InformationWeek magazine as a leader among the nation's largest and most innovative information technology users

October 29, 1999 - Industry News

Con-Way Enhances Web Site

Customers of Con-Way Transportation Services can now send their less-than-truckload freight pick-up requests on the company's web site

October 29, 1999 - Industry News

Hoffa Denies Pattern of Violence

Teamsters President James Hoffa defended the union against charges of violence in its campaign against Overnite Transportation Co

October 28, 1999 - Industry News

Teamsters Overnite Strike Heats Up

An Overnite Transportation driver was pulled out of his truck and beaten up near Overnite's St. Louis terminal Wednesday on the fourth day of the Teamsters strike

October 28, 1999 - Industry News

Sterling Begins Operations In Mexico

Sterling was launched in its fifth country this week with Sterling de Mexico

October 27, 1999 - Industry News

New Hours Of Service Rules Proposed In Canada

Proposed new hours-of-service rules for Canadian truck drivers includes a maximum 14-hour work day and a cap of 70 hours in any week that can be "reset" after 36 hours off duty, reports Canadian trucking magazine Today's Trucking

October 27, 1999 - Industry News

Medium-Duty Truck Makers Push Into Canada

Two makers of medium-duty trucks are making a push into the Canadian market

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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