Dana introduced a hub system that offers original-equipment and end-user customers value and complexity savings while improving driveline reliability and maintenance time
At a time when industry analysts are predicting the worst driver shortage trucking has ever seen, thanks in large part due to the unprecedented shifting regulatory environment, some of trucking's most innovative leaders are embracing some of those changes but doing battle on other fronts
Sometimes, innovation is in the details. Take Terry Clouser's invention to help technicians save time and effort when checking to make sure all the lights on the front of the truck work: a mirror.
C.R. England has always been a company that relies on the practical solution. Back in the 1940s, mechanical refrigeration was new and unreliable, so England cooled its trailers by blowing air across a pile of ice with a belt-driven fan.
All trucking is competitive, but the corner occupied by Cardinal Logistics Management Corp. is particularly tough
Public utilities are in a precarious position. They must advise customers to be more prudent with their energy consumption; they also must set an example that their business operations are doing the same.
Teletrac's Fleet Director has been selected by Isuzu Commercial Truck of America for its 2011 and 2012 model year N-Series customers
Does the world need another Class 4 and 5 vehicle in a market already crawling with trucks