September 22, 2016 - Industry News
Heavy-duty vehicle component manufacturer Jacobs Vehicle Systems has launched its new High Power Density Engine Brake for vehicle and engine manufacturers, announcing the technology at the IAA Commercial Vehicle show in Hannover, Germany.
Tags: IAA, Europe, Jacobs Vehicle Systems, Engine Brake
August 24, 2016 - Global News
Swedish truck maker Scania is introducing a new range of trucks that it is calling the result of the largest investment in the company’s history.
Tags: Europe, Scania, Global
July 28, 2016 - Industry News
Heavy-duty Urban eTruck for “short radius” use in Germany and elsewhere could be in production by 2020 or soon thereafter, Daimler says.
Tags: Daimler Trucks, Europe, Battery-Electric Vehicles, Zero-Emission Vehicles
July 1, 2016 - Product News
Stoneridge has announced plans to enter the North American electronic logging device market, using its experience in the tachograph market in Europe to help fleets and drivers comply with upcoming regulations.
Tags: Regulations, Hours of Service, Europe, tachographs, ELDs
June 17, 2016 - Global News
“Stralis NP is the first and only gas truck that has demonstrated it can be used in long-haul missions,” said Pierre Lahutte, brand president. Its range on LNG is up to 900 miles.
Tags: Sustainability, Natural Gas Vehicles, Europe, Euro VI, Iveco
June 23, 2015 - Global News
Volvo Trucks announced that it has certified all of its Euro 5 engines for use with 100% Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil, a form of renewable diesel fuel.
Tags: Volvo Trucks, Renewable Fuel, Europe, Alternative Fuels, Biofuels
April 9, 2015 - Industry News
Burgaflex North America has acquired Burgaflex GmbH, a Germany-based supplier of tube and hose assemblies. Both companies were originally part of the Burgaflex Group, which was disbanded in 2010.
Tags: Europe, Mergers & Acquisitions, Suppliers, Global
May 13, 2014 - Industry News
Its $9.2 billion offer to buy out the truck-making arm of the Swedish vehicle manufacturer Scania has been accepted, according to published reports.
Tags: Volkswagen, OEM, Europe, Scania, Mergers & Acquisitions
August 30, 2013 - Industry News
A report commissioned by the International Council on Clean Transportation has found battery-electric and fuel cell electric trucks could be feasible in Europe by 2030. The report was produced by CE Delft in the Netherlands and the German Aerospace Centre and surveyed leading-edge zero-emissions technologies for both short- and long-haul on-road freight carriers.
Tags: Europe, Battery-Electric Vehicles
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