December 15, 1999 - Industry News
The Teamsters Union has filed a national unfair labor practice charge with the National Labor Relations Board against Overnite Transportation
An Iberia, OH, bombing last weekend of a truck belonging to an independent scrap-metal hauler might be related to a labor dispute at a nearby steel company
Atlantic Richfield Co announced yesterday it will start selling a cleaner diesel fuel for Southern California municipal fleet vehicles
A newly acquired and restructured Neway International has aggressive plans to expand its presence in the brake and suspension markets.
An investor group led by senior members of management of Transportation Technologies Industries, Inc. has made a proposal to acquire all of the outstanding shares of common stock in the company.
Ahem—a limited degree of congratulations are in order. This afternoon I passed the general knowledge and air brake exams for my CDL.
The man at the license bureau looked me up and down as he stamped
Starting January 1, Leyland DAF Trucks will be marketed in Europe as DAF Trucks and Paccar's U.K. marketing division, Leyland DAF Trucks, will change its name to DAF Trucks.
Lufkin Industries has received a $32 million for trailers from M.S. Carriers. Delivery is to begin in the first quarter of 2000.
December 14, 1999 - Industry News
A new regulation effective next spring will give Canadian customs officers more power to arrest individuals at the border.
The Federal Trade Commission has withdrawn a subpoena for a Florida trucker involved in trying to organize owner-operators serving East Coast ports, but the FTC says its investigation into port trucker organizing activities is still going on
Business is booming at the Ohio Turnpike's newly renovated Erie Islands and Commodore Perry service plazas near Woodville. The plazas were officially opened at a celebration attended by turnpike and state officials and by representatives of Host Marriott Services, which will operate the facilities
Logging trucks could be rerouted through Vail, CO, after a timber-hauling road was closed because of a wetlands violation
After studying diligently over the weekend, I walked into class primed to be tested, only to hear that the Pennsylvania testing office is closed on Mondays.
I also learned my license could not be enhanced at that
Haldex Brake Systems has been selected to supply critical brake systems components for model M939 trucks operated by the U.S. government
Associates First Capital Corp. has changed the name of its U.S.-based fleet management business to Associates Fleet Services, a unit of Associates Leasing Inc. The business had been operating as U.S. Fleet Leasing
December 13, 1999 - Industry News
Volvo and Mitsubishi Motors Corp. have signed a final agreement covering a strategic alliance between the two companies.
Qualcomm and Chinese service provider, Guangdong South Satellite Telecommunications Service Co., Ltd. (SST) have sold the first OmniTRACS satellite-based tracking systems to Chinese fleets.
Morgan Corp. has opened a new Parts and Service Div. Technical Service and Information Center in Morgantown, PA
Navistar's Melrose Park (IL) engine plant and two engine and foundry operations in Indianapolis have received ISO 14001 certification.
Car rental giant Hertz has ended talks to acquire AMI Leasing, a Worcester, MA, truck leasing business owned by Ford
One week into truck driver training: My head is chock full of new information, I have experienced tentative driving time behind the wheel of the Bordentown Driver Training School's conventional Peterbilt, discovered my backing skills aren't
December 10, 1999 - Industry News
There is no permanent solution yet for a problem with seal leakage on Cummins N14 engines using extended life coolants.
Officials in Graham, NC, warn that people who ate at an Alamance County truckstop may be at risk of contracting hepatitis A
I scored 88 out of 100 in my first test of material which will be part of the official CDL written exam. After giving me the happy news, my instructor jolted me with another bit of
A tractor-trailer wreck and acid spill in downtown San Antonio last week has prompted city officials to take a close look at a hazmat routing plan that has been in the works for 20 years
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