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Kenworth T680 Next Gen Available with Natural Gas Engine
Volvo Trucks Names First Certified Electric Vehicle Dealer
How the True Cost of Freight Shipping Affects the Carrier Market
TuSimple to Use Ryder Facilities to Expand Autonomous Trucking Network
HDT Opens Nominations for Safety & Compliance Award
Hyzon Looks to Liquid Hydrogen for up to 1,000-mile ZEV Range
Neapco Celebrates 100 Year Anniversary
I-40 Hernando DeSoto Bridge to Partially Reopen

EKA Automates Workflows in Supply Chain TMS

EKA Solutions has added what it calls “touchless trading and execution between trusted partners that use the EKA Supply Chain TMS” for carriers, brokers and shippers.

July 28, 2021

Equipment, Compensation Remain Top Driver Concerns
Biden Takes Steps to Tighten Oversight of American-Made Standards

Season 7 Episode 4: Electric Trucks Are Producing Some Interesting Partnerships

With medium- and heavy-duty truck electrification, we’re seeing a unique alignment of traditional truck manufacturers, tier-1 suppliers and start-up companies. As a group, they are simultaneously competing and collaborating on the advancement of truck electrification. Can all these diverse interests play together in the same sandbox?

July 28, 2021

Season 7 Episode 3: Getting Back to the Basics on Electrical Maintenance

Are fleets doing enough to keep their technicians ahead of the rapidly steepening technology learning curve? Larry Rambeaux of Purkeys Fleet Electric in Rogers, Arkansas worries truck fleets could soon face a skills deficit as truck electrical systems grow ever more complex.

July 28, 2021

Season 7 Episode 2: Learn to Master the Downsped Driveline

Engine downspeeding is an elegant way of reducing fuel consumption, and thus CO2 emissions. But if drivers don’t embrace it or won’t use the technology properly, nobody sees its full benefit. Jamie Hagen of Hell Bent Xpress in Aberdeen, South Dakota is an expert on the gear-fast, run-slow concept. He shares his experience learning to love trucking at 900 rpm.

July 28, 2021

Tesla Semi Delayed Again

Tesla Semi Delayed Again

Companies such as UPS and FritoLay will have to wait a little longer for their all-electric Tesla Semi Class 8 trucks, as a second-quarter earnings report pushed production out to 2022.

July 28, 2021

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