The NTEA Work Truck Show is currently underway in Indianapolis, bringing with it important announcements for light- and medium-duty vocational vehicle operators and upfitters. Check out our coverage of the new trucks and technologies, updates on existing vehicles, and the latest engines and products.
Traton SE has announced that it “maintained its growth path” last year, achieving a vehicle sales increase of 14% by delivering a record 233,000 commercial vehicles across its MAN, Scania, and Volkswagen Caminhões e Ônibus brands.
The blockchain logistics platform provider dexFreight has launched the dexFreight Early Adopters Program to allow shippers, carriers, brokers and forwarders in the U.S. to evaluate the platform ahead of launch.
Omnitracs LLC will upgrade its cloud-based fleet management platform, Omnitracs One, under a new partnership with Red Hat to accelerate the development of new capabilities enabled by technology from the open-source specialist.
Geotab's plug-in, connected telematics device has received validation under a federal cryptography standard that requires it to meet four levels of security to protect the transfer of data from the vehicle module, the telematics provider announced.
Workhorse Group Inc. has appointed Robert Willison, former company director of research and development, to COO. Willison's appointment follows the recently announced promotion of Duane Hughes to Workhorse CEO.
Mike Roeth, executive director of the North American Council for Freight Efficiency, sat down and talked to HDT about what the last 10 years have been like showcasing and validating new trucking technology and what he thinks the next decade will bring.
California, Delaware, Minnesota, Missouri, New Hampshire, Oregon and Utah are the recent recipients of Surface Transportation System Funding Alternatives grants totaling $10.2 million and awarded by the Federal Highway Administration.