November 21, 2000 - Industry News
Logistics.com, Burlington, Mass., is still smiling near the end of a year that has seen many Internet companies rise and fall – but mostly fall
People in Buffalo, N.Y., were stranded in offices, supermarkets, hospitals and restaurants Monday night as a fierce snowstorm stranded highway travelers. The Cleveland area may be next
November 20, 2000 - Industry News
Despite the strong economy, shipments of new trailers dropped 17% in the third quarter and were down 5.6% for the year, according to the latest manufacturer survey by Economic Planning Associates
Goodyear’s Commercial Tire Business Unit, Akron, Ohio, recently announced a newly restructured management team
CNF's Con-Way Central Express, an LTL carrier based in Palo Alto, Calif., recently opened a new service center in the Rochester, N.Y., metropolitan area to handle an increase in freight volume
Construction of Interstate 15 through Salt Lake County in Utah should be completed within budget and ahead of schedule
Thirteen states have joined forces with California to force diesel trucks and buses to meet tougher anti-pollution standards than those required by the federal government.
State air quality officials announced yesterday in Washington, D.C. that they will require heavy-duty diesel engines to meet stringent testing standards to cut nitrogen oxide emissions from exhaust between 2004 and 2007.
Lower speed limits for big rigs could be coming to the Pennsylvania Turnpike as soon as next year if officials have their way
Truck drivers over the past year rescued a kidnapped 8-year-old girl, pulled motorists from fiery crashes and came to the aid of a police officer who was being brutally attacked
Australian truckers blockaded fuel depots in the southern state of Victoria today in protest over skyrocketing fuel prices
November 18, 2000 - Industry News
A record 38.9 million Americans plan a Thanksgiving holiday getaway of 100 miles or more from home this week, according to AAA, meaning crowded highways and travel centers
November 17, 2000 - Industry News
A British study claims that ultra low sulfur diesel may actually cause more damage to the environment than traditional diesel
Safeway has rehired 300 employees who were laid off during the early days of the strike involving Teamsters and Summit Logistics, which operates Safeway's distribution center in Tracy, Calif
The U.S. Department of Transportation has released a study that focuses on the shortage of available parking for big rigs on or near interstates, and trucker fatigue that is so closely associated with the issue
pFreight, a new service for small fleets and owner-operators, has announced pricing and added services in advance of its official January launch date
Pilot Corp. opened a new travel center earlier this month at the junction of U.S. Highways 395 and 58 in Kramer Junction, Calif
Kenworth ranks highest among conventional medium-duty truck customers in overall satisfaction, according to the J.D. Power and Associates 2000 Medium-Duty Truck Customer Satisfaction Study released yesterday
Cummins Inc., Columbus, Ind., and Westport Innovations of Vancouver, B.C.,
announced that they have been awarded funding for a joint natural gas heavy-duty engine project
Trucking software developer Profit Tools has released a new module for carriers that provide less-than-truckload and pickup and delivery services
A National Labor Relations Board decision hailed earlier by the Teamsters union as evidence of Overnite Transportation's anti-worker status has been reversed by the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals
November 16, 2000 - Industry News
CyberCrop.com, an exchange for grain producers and buyers, is launching a load finding service for the trucking industry
DriverNet has introduced a new wireless service for drivers and small fleet owners.
Society of Automotive Engineers President Dr. Rodica A. Baranescu made a strong case for the improved sociability of diesel engines earlier this week as she addressed engineers in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Baranescu, who is also chief engineer of Engine Technology for International Truck and Engine Co., was asked by local engineering groups to talk about the value of the modern diesel engine in helping to meet global environmental expectations of the future
The American-Canadian commission pushing for a plan to expand a New York bridge to relieve truck congestion at the border broke a deadlock Wednesday when it announced plans to begin a new court-ordered environmental study.
Canacar, Mexico’s national trucking association, will likely soon take action against foreign-owned trucking companies in Mexico, including U.S.- based M.S. Carriers and Transportes EASO, according to published reports
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