October 30, 2000 - Industry News
The British government is under mounting pressure to pledge tax cuts for truckers this week to avoid a repeat of the blockades and slowdowns that paralyzed the country last month during Europe-wide protests over high fuel prices
Most of Ontario's owner-operators are content with a deal that pays them a minimum of 14 cents a mile more to compensate for the high price of diesel, says Bill Wellman, head of the National Truckers' Association
The November issue of Reader's Digest names five of what it considers America's most dangerous highways
The National Association of Independent Truckers has launched a fuel discount program for its members
NTE is moving downtown. The venerable transportation exchange is leaving its old .net neighborhood for a .com address
Police escorted trucks out of the main container terminals of the Port of Montreal yesterday, throwing a wrench into dozens of independent truckers’ protests to seek union recognition
October 29, 2000 - Industry News
Accurate Logistics, Columbus, Ohio, a warehousing, distribution, fulfillment and packaging service, has become an agent for freightPro.com
Pilot's new travel center in Effingham, Ill., opens today, Oct. 30
Mexican truck maker Dina has filed charges against Western Star Trucks with the International Arbitration Court of the Paris, France-based International Chamber of Commerce
October 28, 2000 - Industry News
As their vehicle stocks continue to grow and prices continue to drop, used truck dealers are asking finance companies and truck manufacturers to help them get through an impending crisis.
Dealers told OEM and finance company representatives at the inaugural annual meeting of the Used Truck Assn. in Florida last week that they fear a further avalanche of truck repossessions in January when cash-strapped operators must pay annual license fees.
Truck owners trading in their rigs may be missing out on millions of dollars in federal Heavy Vehicle Use Tax (HVUT) credits as the number of used trucks in dealer lots grows
Financial institutions are being hurt by depressed market conditions in trucking, and that's going to make it harder for potential buyers to borrow money in the coming months
Peterbilt has presented Dealership Performance Awards to 35 dealers in recognition of their commitment to its Red Oval Pre-Owned Truck Program.
October 27, 2000 - Industry News
The Virginia Department of Transportation is shutting down lanes on I-95 near the Springfield Interchange this week as an extensive reconstruction project continues on what has become known as the "Mixing Bowl.
J.B. Hunt, a truckload carrier based in Lowell, Ark., recently announced its second and third quarter million-mile safe drivers
Paccar Leasing Company, Bellevue, Wash., recently opened the doors to a new Canadian PacLease location in Saint-Laurent, Quebec, just west of Montreal
Wabash National Corp. has signed a letter of intent to acquire the privately held Breadner Group, a new trailer distributor based in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada
Canacar, Mexico’s national trucking association, plans to file a formal complaint this week with the Trade and Industry Ministry against U.S.-owned trucking company Transportes EASO
Legislative budget panelists in Arkansas showed little support last week for a proposed constitutional amendment to elect members of the state Highway Commission and put the state highway director under the governor's authority
Five years ago, the first Internet show in New York was mostly small companies in tiny booths. In contrast, Internet World Fall 2000 engulfed the entire Javits Center, a large adjacent tent and the sidewalks outside.
October 26, 2000 - Industry News
Hubert Wells, general sales manager of Peterbilt of Knoxville, Tenn., has been honored as Peterbilt Motor's 2000 Red Oval Dealer of the Year.
Transportation.com and the American Trucking Associations recently announced the launch of Transportation for Tots, a charitable toy drive planned for the upcoming holiday season
Memphis, Tenn.-based M.S. Carriers is testing Freightliner Century Class S/T's equipped with high-tech safety equipment
Trucking executives from across the country will be gathering this weekend for the American Trucking Assns.’ 2000 Management Conference and Exhibition in San Diego, which begins tomorrow and runs through Wednesday, Nov. 1
The U.S. trucking industry faces a bright future as it enters the 21st century, according to the Fifth annual U.S. Freight Transportation Forecast produced for the American Trucking Associations
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