February 28, 2006 - Industry News
Arrow Truck Sales Inc., a leading pre-owned truck source, announced its new “Arrow Certified” Truck Program. The program is designed to provide truck buyers with a pre-owned truck, backed by a six-month/50,000 mile limited warranty
The American Trucking Associations says it will participate in the Alliance for an Experienced Workforce, a collaboration between industry associations designed to promote strategies for recruiting and retaining workers over age 50
Joey Holiday and TC Bush will highlight the Fort Wayne Truck Plaza’s Drivers Appreciation Days, scheduled July 19 and 20 in Fort Wayne, Ind
February 27, 2006 - Industry News
The American Trucking Associations' advanced seasonally adjusted for-hire Truck Tonnage Index increased 0.6 percent in January, marking its fifth consecutive monthly gain.
The American Trucking Associations urged the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to prevent the California Air Resources Board (ARB) from implementing performance standards for engines used to cool refrigerated tractor-trailer
Five organizations told a court on Monday that the federal government’s rule detailing how many hours truckers may drive before taking a break is flawed and should be changed to help reduce fatigue-related crashes
The Technology and Maintenance Council's 2006 Annual Meeting and Transportation Technology Exhibition, held earlier this month, concentrated heavily on 2007 engines and related issues
SiriCOMM Inc., an applications service provider and nationwide broadband wireless network operator serving the highway transportation industry, has announced that Petro Stopping Centers has chosen the SiriCOMM Wi-Fi Hot Spot platform for wireless Internet access.
Detroit Diesel Corp. and Freightliner LLC said their joint Customer Demonstration Program is on track with 40 planned customer demonstration Class 8 vehicles assembled
February 24, 2006 - Industry News
The Owner-Operator Independent Driver’s Association believes a recent proposal by the ATA to set speed limiters at 68 mph on all new trucks could make roadways more dangerous for drivers of all vehicles
ArvinMeritor Inc. has agreed to sell its Purolator filters business to the Bosch Group and the Mann+Hummel Group in Germany
February 23, 2006 - Industry News
Get a jump start on your day at the Mid-America Trucking Show by attending the Heavy Duty Manufacturers Association’s 16th annual Breakfast & Briefing on Friday, March 24
As part of its ongoing effort to simplify fleet maintenance, Noregon Systems has updated the JPRO Fleet Diagnostics application, version 2.0
Alto Products has acquired a 100,000-square-foot building adjacent to its current manufacturing plant in Atmore, Ala., the clutch manufacturer announced
Garden Grove, Calif.-based Teletrac Inc., manufacturer of the enhanced GPS-based FleetDirector Automated Vehicle Location and fleet management system, has named Drew Hamilton as vice president of sales.
KempGoldberg, a strategic marketing and communications firm, has launched new websites for Schneider National Inc. and its subsidiary, Schneider Logistics Inc.
ABF Freight System Inc. has signed a limited primary sponsorship with Braun Racing for the 2006 NASCAR Busch Series. The Nicorette 300 race at Atlanta Motor Speedway on March 18th will mark the inaugural appearance
Hendrickson Trailer Suspension Systems recently earned certification to ISO/TS16949:2002 Quality Management System (QMS) from Det Norske Veritas Certification Inc. (DNV)
The National Transportation Safety Board has issued a safety recommendations to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration regarding automatic slack adjusters
Repossessions and liquidations of tractor-trailer trucks nationwide increased again in the fourth quarter, according to Nassau Asset Management.
February 22, 2006 - Industry News
Volvo Trucks North America has announced that the 2007 emissions technology price increase for its trucks will be $7,500.
The Heavy Duty Manufacturers Association, (HDMA) is hosting its 16th Annual Breakfast & Briefing at 8 a.m., Friday, March 24, during the Mid-America Trucking Show at Kentucky Fair & Expo Center, Louisville, Ky.
The Trailer OEM Business Unit of Webb Wheel Products Inc. has been named a standard supplier of wheel end equipment by Utility Trailer Manufacturing Co
February 21, 2006 - Industry News
In its 35-year history, the Mid-America Trucking Show has consistently become bigger and better with age. However, the 2006 show will highlight a growth spurt more impressive than anything else the show has ever experienced.
The Commercial Vehicle Solutions Network (CVSN) will host its inaugural Executive Conference April 1-4 in Louisville, Ky.
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