May 30, 2002 - Industry News
Profit Tools announced a new rail tracing feature for customers of its business, operations and e-commerce product line
Parker Hannifin Corp. has acquired the assets of Camfil Farr's Engine Air Filter business
Kenworth has introduced an electronic vehicle registration system to assist its dealers
Autocar LLC, maker of the Xpeditor line of low-cab-over-engine trucks, announced the addition of 16 full-line dealer
Starting Saturday, Sirius Satellite Radio service will be available in nine more state
Federal officials expect to open the U.S. to Mexican trucks under the long-delayed terms of the North American Free Trade Agreement in mid-July
@Track Communications Inc., Richardson, Texas, announced that it is changing its name to Minorplanet Systems USA Inc
J.J. Keller & Associates has introduced a new training program called "Distracted!
May 29, 2002 - Industry News
Updated 3 p.m. EDT -- Mexican officials Wednesday found a load of sodium cyanide that was stole
Online logistics company Meridian IQ, Overland Park, Kan., a unit of Yellow Corp., announced that Kennametal Inc., the giant industrial tool maker of Latrobe, Pa., has partnered with Meridian IQ for transportation services
The U.S. Customs Service has made an arrest in a major international counterfeiting case involving counterfeit Caterpillar engine parts and software
IPartsCounter, an Internet-based version of the parts counter that fleet professionals have been using for 50 years, is now availabl
TEAM Vehicle Sales, Coral Springs, Fla., announced the grand opening of its retail vehicle sales center in Las Vegas
Security concerns following the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks are helping to drive an increased interest in private fleets
Consolidated Freightways Corp., Vancouver, Wash., has engaged a proven turnaround professional to lead the company and “ensure the successful completion of its strategic restructuring.
The first PrePass sites in Virginia are now online on U.S. 13/460 east- and westbound near Suffolk
May 28, 2002 - Industry News
I-40 is one of the most heavily traveled of a handful of east-west corridors across the United States. That means detours around the bridge that collapsed Sunday when a barge hit it in eastern Oklahoma will mean increased cost
Freightmart has launched its new v2.0 website at www.freightmart.com.
Schneider National, Green Bay, Wis., is hiring 200 new truck drivers around the Kansas City and Wichita, Kan., areas
US 1 Industries, Gary, Ind., has expanded the intermodal segment of its business with the addition of a new subsidiary, Harbor Bridge Intermodal
To help learn its customers' opinions and expectations regarding the EPA mandated 2002 engine emission standards, Peterbilt has added an online survey to its website, www.peterbilt.com.
International Roadcheck 2002, the 14th annual 72-hour vehicle/driver inspection blitz, will be held June 4-6 throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico
A slew of economic reports released Tuesday morning paint a picture of a U.S. economy that will most likely be slow in its recovery
May 27, 2002 - Industry News
Expect detours for up to six months after a barge on the Arkansas river crashed into pylons supporting Interstate 40 in eastern Oklahoma, collapsing both the east- and westbound lanes and sending cars and trucks plunging into the river below
May 24, 2002 - Industry News
Onboard systems company Cadec Corp., Londonderry, N.H., will market labor reporting and driver productivity software from Erickson Consulting, Minnetonka, Minn
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