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September 29, 1998 - Industry News

Truckers Needed For Record Apple Crop

Sept. 30 – There aren’t enough trucks to ship Washington’s record apple crop. At the height of the season, more than 2,500 trucks a week leave Washington apple shipping docks. While truck shortages often come just before

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September 28, 1998 - Industry News

Canada Vows To Fight U.S. Truck Inspection Crackdowns

Sept. 29 – The battle between northern agricultural states and Canada intensified last week, with Canadian truckers caught in the middle. The Canadian government requested consultations under both the North American Free Trade Agreement and the World

September 28, 1998 - Industry News

Innovative Opens Lab For Year 2000 Testing

Sept. 29 – Innovative Computing Corp., Oklahoma City, OK, has opened its testing lab for transportation software. Companies that are unsure of the Year 2000 fixes can use the lab to test their new software that

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September 25, 1998 - Industry News

Amtralease Expands Emergency Roadside Support

Sept. 28 – Amtralease, an association of truck leasing and rental companies, is expanding its emergency roadside support for members. A new program lets stranded truckers get round-the-clock assistance with breakdowns and accidents using a single

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September 25, 1998 - Industry News

Teletrac Launches Website

Sept. 28 – Teletrac, Kansas City, MO, has launched an improved website at http://www.teletrac-online.com. In addition to detailed information and graphics on the company’s products, the site will feature service locations, current news, corporate background information

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September 25, 1998 - Industry News

Blue Beacon Opens Vegas Location

Sept. 28 – Blue Beacon has opened its 78th location in Las Vegas. Located near the Flying J at Exit 46 of I-15, the facility can accommodate doubles and triples with its two 130-foot wash bays.

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September 24, 1998 - Industry News

Truckers Ticketed At Canada-Montana Border

Sept. 25 – Montana officials ticketed 20 Canadian truckers Monday, the first day of its crackdown on inspections of southbound trucks at the U.S.-Canadian border. Officers from Montana’s Motor Carrier Services Div. stopped nearly 300 trucks entering

September 24, 1998 - Industry News

I-Sim Simulator Contract

Sept. 25 – I-Sim Corp., Murray, UT, has been awarded a contract to deliver two driving simulators to the Commercial Trucking Academy of Bossier City, LA. The contract will provide one I-Sim/Eaton TranSim transmission simulator and

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September 24, 1998 - Industry News

Kenworth Honors Custom Truck Sales

Sept. 25 – Custom Truck Sales Ltd. of Winnipeg, Manitoba, was named Kenworth Dealer of the Year for 1997. The award recognizes the top performing Kenworth dealership that has excelled in several areas, including customer service

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September 24, 1998 - Industry News

LubeZone Opens Two New Locations

Sept. 25 – LubeZone, Flint, MI, has opened two new truck fastlube centers offering quick oil changes in 20 minutes or less. Pennzoil Products Co., LubeZone Corp., Speedway Truck Stops and Baldwin Filters now offer their

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September 23, 1998 - Industry News

Flying J Network Expands

Sept. 24 — Flying J has awarded two new franchises to MG Oil Co., Rapid City, SD. The two properties joining the Flying J network are located in Box Elder and Rapid City, and will be

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September 23, 1998 - Industry News

Pro-Link 9000 Update

Sept. 24 – Micro Processor Systems, Sterling Heights, MI, has released updated and improved automotive software for its Pro-Link 9000 Scan Tool. The 1997 GFC Cartridge provides a technician with expanded capability to diagnose OBDII systems,

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September 23, 1998 - Industry News

P&D Owner-Operators Ruled Employees At RPS

Sept. 24 – The National Labor Relations Board ruled that 22 pickup and delivery drivers for RPS Inc. are employees, not owner-operators, and ordered union elections at the RPS terminals in Ontario and Pomona, CA. In late

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September 23, 1998 - Industry News

Truck Sales Head for Record Year

Sept. 24 – Sales of heavyduty trucks in August were up 28.5% from a year earlier, reports the Journal of Commerce. Figures from the American Automobile Manufacturers Assn. show sales of 17,385 Class 8 trucks for

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September 23, 1998 - Industry News

Michigan Trains Under Attack In State Legislature

Sept. 24 – “Michigan trains,” the many-axled rigs weighing up to 82 tons and unique to the state, would be a thing of the past if a bill introduced in the state Senate last week passes.

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September 22, 1998 - Industry News

Farmers, Ranchers Block Trucks At Canadian Border

Sept. 23 – South Dakota’s tactic of stopping Canadian trucks to protest what it sees as unfair trade practices with Canada is spreading to other states. A week ago, South Dakota Gov. Bill Janklow ordered state troopers

September 21, 1998 - Industry News

European Trucker Talks Break Down

Sept. 22 — Talks between European trucker unions and management broke down Friday, reports the Associated Press. The 15-nation European Union hoped both sides would come to an agreement limiting average working hours for truck drivers

September 21, 1998 - Industry News

Meritor, Freightliner Expand Alliance

Sept. 22 — Meritor Automotive components, already standard on Freightliner’s Century Class line, will become standard on additional Freightliner models, including the FL106 and FL112 tractors, Argosy cabover, Business Class medium duty trucks and the new

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September 21, 1998 - Industry News

Navistar, Siemens To Form Joint Venture

Sept. 22 — Navistar International Corp. and Siemens Automotive Systems Group have announced their intent to form a joint venture to develop proprietary “next generation” diesel fuel injectors using digital valve technology. Under the joint venture, Siemens

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September 18, 1998 - Industry News

Canadian Truckers Stopped In South Dakota

Sept. 21 — Starting at noon last Wednesday, South Dakota started stopping all trucks coming into the state to see if they carried Canadian agricultural products. Gov. Bill Janklow ordered the inspections to send a message

September 18, 1998 - Industry News

Ambest Locations Now Service Delco Components

Sept. 22 — Ambest Inc. has entered into an agreement with Delco Remy International that allows participating Ambest truckstops to service any make and model truck requiring warranty replacement of Delco alternators and starters, including original

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September 18, 1998 - Industry News

Peterbilt Workers Still On Strike

Sept. 21 — Paccar rejected an offer by union workers at the Madison, TN, Peterbilt plant to return to work without a signed contract. About 1,200 hourly, unionized workers walked off the job May 3 after rejecting

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September 17, 1998 - Industry News

Trucking Gets Rid of the Fat

Sept. 18 — Owner-operator pay “has significantly not kept pace with inflation,” AmeriTruck CEO Mike Lawrence told attendees of a fleet fueling expo hosted by Oil Price Information Service earlier this week in Nashville, TN. As the

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September 17, 1998 - Industry News

RODI Announces Engine Testing and Production Schedule

RODI Power Systems, which has been developing a new lightweight, 45-hp two-stroke diesel engine since 1994, recently started parts fabrication and set a tentative schedule for pilot production assembly. The company has completed design work and is

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September 17, 1998 - Industry News

Technology Driving Truckstop Changes

Sept. 18 — From smart card readers to Internet kiosks, truckstops are increasingly going high-tech. That was the message of Petro’s Sue Hansen and Richard Tisdale, speaking at a fleet fueling seminar hosted by Oil Price

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