The commercial truck industry is vital to our nation's economic well-being, touching nearly every aspect of our lives - from the food we eat and clothes we wear to the lumber for our buildings and homes and the nuts and bolts that hold our cars together.
We are the leader in innovative, effective media services for trucking and its allied industries. Our editorial staff has won more than 100 top journalism awards. Only one award - the Jesse H. Neal - is regarded as the Pulitzer of business publisher. HDT has won 25 Neal awards and 18 Certificates of Merit, along with two one Grand Neal Awards, competing with over 1,000 publications represented by members of America Business Media. Three editors hold federal Commercial Drivers Licenses and do regular test drives to evaluate new trucks, engines and components. (Click here for editorial staff bios.)
Heavy Duty Trucking
HDT reaches more than 115,000 executives at commercial truck fleets (Classes 1-8) and over 4,000 truck and trailer dealership managers. The magazine traces its beginnings back to the beginning days of trucking in the early 1900s and a regional publication called Western Drayman & Warehouseman. Over the years HDT became the unquestioned editorial leader in the field, consistently giving readers unbiased, analytical reporting on major issues such as the latest EPA diesel emissions standards, the corrosive dangers of newfangled road de-icers, employee drug testing, counterfeit parts, fuel quality problems, driver fatigue, the highway funding debate, the fuel price crisis and more.
Truckinginfo.com offers daily news and in-depth information on equipment, operations, regulations, environmental issues, and more. It's the flagship of HDT's online and digital media offerings, which also include e-mail newsletters, webinars, HDT's Headline News, Blogs and more.
Diesel Pump Toppers
Framed posters on top of diesel fuel pumps at truckstops and fuel stops nationwide, these compact posters target the trucker who averages 22 minutes at the fuel island for each fueling stop. Available by fueling demographics: long haul, local, regional, port freight, independent or chain truckstops.
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