Heavy Duty Trucking magazine won a national Bronze Azbee award for its 10-part Trucking in the 21st Century print article series.

Heavy Duty Trucking magazine won a national Bronze Azbee award for its 10-part Trucking in the 21st Century print article series.

Heavy Duty Trucking magazine has won Azbee Awards of Excellence for last year’s Trucking in the 21st Century article series, online coverage of the Electronic Logging Device mandate, and online coverage of the North American Commercial Vehicle show.

The Azbee Awards recognize outstanding journalism by business-to-business, association, and professional print and digital platforms. The awards are presented annually by the American Society of Business Publication Editors. 

The 10-part Trucking in the 21st Century series was awarded a national Bronze and a regional Gold Azbee. Trucking in the 21st Century explored future transportation technologies and examined how those disruptions could affect the success of our readers' businesses.

Truckinginfo.com’s online coverage of the ELD mandate received national Bronze and regional Gold awards in the category of Online: Single Topic Coverage by a team.

Lastly, HDT’s online coverage of the first North American Commercial Vehicle show garnered a regional Gold award in the Online: Trade Show/Conference Coverage.

HDT editors recognized for their work in one or more of the finalist entries are Editor in Chief Deborah Lockridge, Executive Editor David Cullen, Senior Editor Jack Roberts, Equipment Editor Jim Park, Business Contributing Editor Evan Lockridge, Technology Contributing Editor Jim Beach, and Web Editor Steven Martinez.

Related: Heavy Duty Trucking Wins Two Neal Journalism Awards

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