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Dana Breaks Ground on Gear Plant in Hungary

Dana Inc. broke ground April 5 on a new gear manufacturing facility in Győr, Hungary, intended to support new vehicle programs in Europe.

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Improving Truck Ergonomics for Driver Safety

OSHA regs require an employer to provide a workplace (which includes upfitted work vehicles) free from recognized hazards. The best way to make a work truck fleet more ergonomic is to proactively identify and rectify potential issues.

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Pirelli’s G:85 Tires Designed for On/Off Road Settings

Pirelli is launching two G:85 series tires designed specifically for steer and drive on/off road applications, the TG:85 and FG:85.

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Hino Names More Certified Ultimate Dealers

Hino Trucks named five more Certified Ultimate dealers, with locations in New Jersey, Delaware, West Virginia, and Texas.

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Ford Discusses Commercial Fleet Outlook

Michele Bartlett, Ford’s general manager of commercial and government fleet sales, discusses the outlook for 2017.

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Nissan Opens Advanced Manufacturing Training Center

The center operates as an extension of TCAT-Murfreesboro and is jointly occupied by Nissan and the College of Applied Technology.

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Hendrickson Traxx Rods Claim 3 Times Normal Life

Hendrickson Truck Commercial Vehicle Systems announces a Traxx Rod series of fabricated, lightweight torque rods that it says will last up to three times longer than conventional forged or cast torque rods.

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Thermo King Names Transport Specialists North American Dealer of the Year

Thermo King, manufacturer of transport temperature control solutions, recently recognized Cincinnati, Ohio-based Transport Specialists as its North American Dealer of the Year at the company's annual dealer principal meeting.

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Trump Staffers Discuss NAFTA With MEMA

The Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association took part in a meeting with White House staff during which it sought information on possible changes to the North American Free Trade Agreement.

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Navistar Recalls 2,700 Trucks Over Brake Failure Risk

Navistar is recalling more than 2,700 heavy-duty International trucks due to a potential brake issue that could lengthen the distance needed to stop and increase the risk of a crash.

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