December 27, 2000 - Industry News
Black truck drivers say little has changed since a lawsuit was filed against Emery Worldwide Airlines nearly two years ago alleging racial discrimination at Kearny, N.J., depot -- and more drivers are bringing complaints against the company
Texas state legislators next year will face a number of highway issues, including how to pay for new highway construction to help solve congestion problems in the state
Small carriers in Idaho say they are struggling to survive after the state repealed its weight-distance tax to settle a suit brought by the American Trucking Associations claiming the two-tier tax was unconstitutional
Mitsubishi and Volvo are jointly developing midsized trucks to be sold in Japan and Europe
FedEx Express announced that it will increase domestic rates by nearly 5% beginning Feb. 1
After declaring bankruptcy at its four trucking subsidiaries, U.S. Trucking Inc. plans to change its name to U.S. Holding Corp., relocate its corporate offices to Louisville, and effect a 1-for-100 stock split
Ice and snow continues to make travel hazardous or even impossible across much of the southern half of the country
Let’s hear it for Prime Inc.’s Christmas spirit. The Springfield, Mo., carrier offered free traditional Christmas dinners to CDL-licensed drivers out on the road on Christmas Day.
The dinner invitation, “Welcome to our house for Christmas dinner...” was extended via the twinkling lights of an electric display sign towering over I-44. Truckers who took Prime up on its offer numbered 250
December 26, 2000 - Industry News
The Oklahoma Trucking Assn. was taken aback by last week's announcement that tolls would increase on the state's turnpikes beginning Jan. 1
Traffic on many highways in Connecticut is exceeding their capacity, and the state Department of Transportation has come under fire for focusing more on maintenance than on improving capacity
Starting January 25, 2001, anyone who sells a recalled tire for use on a vehicle must report the sale to the National Highway Traffic Administration
Pacer International, Walnut Creek, Calif., announced it will go public with an initial public offering of stock sometime in the first half of 2001
A string of bad news that began with the departure of a company president a year ago and accusations of embezzlement by other top officials has ended with Asche Transportation Services filing for bankruptcy
The National Weather Service has issued ice and winter storm warnings for today in much of the southern Plains
December 25, 2000 - Industry News
European Union transport ministers voted to limit truck drivers to a maximum average work week of 48 hours
December 22, 2000 - Industry News
Bankruptcy related charges to earnings pushed U.S. Trucking Inc.'s third quarter losses to $21.5 million
State-of-the-art routing technology helped get J.B. Hunt’s 6,700 drivers home for Christmas
In response to growing traffic and customer demands for a more comprehensive Internet tool, Peterbilt has updated its web site at www.peterbilt.com.
December 21, 2000 - Industry News
The same day the Clinton administration announced the clean up of heavy truck and diesel fuel emissions, New Jersey Gov. Christy Todd Whitman has reportedly accepted an offer to head up the federal agency that issued the rules
The Vancouver Port Authority is hoping the British Columbia Trucking Assn. can help it avert a shutdown by independent truckers who say the port has not lived up to promises it made to end a 1999 shutdown.
Flying J Inc., a petroleum exploration, production, refining, marketing and retailing company best known to truckers as a truckstop chain, is moving its corporate headquarters in Utah from Brigham City to Ogden
Penske Truck Leasing, Reading, Pa., has agreed to acquire Comcar Leasing, a truck rental, leasing, and dedicated contract carriage company based in Orlando, Fla
The Environmental Protection Agency posted a rule requiring dramatically cleaner diesel fuel and exhaust, starting in 2006.
This parting shot from the Clinton administration’s environmental team will produce the cleanest diesel engines ever
December 20, 2000 - Industry News
In the midst of its busy holiday peak shipping period, UPS established a technology milestone yesterday Tuesday when it received nearly 6.5 million online package tracking requests in a single day
PNV, Coral Springs, Fla., has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, but emphasizes that the filing has been organized to permit normal service to its communications, entertainment and Internet customers until a decision is reached about the sale of the company
We offer e-newsletters that deliver targeted news and information for the entire fleet industry.
The expert, Mark Betner from CITGO, will answer your questions
The expert, Rence Oliphant from Hendrickson, will answer your questions
Slider50 Hooklift Designed for Speed and Weight
TQL’s App Features Voice Search Capability
Alliance Expands Exhaust Product Line
In-Cab Display Shows Battery Status