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What Does Daimler Truck Spin-Off Mean for North America?

What Does Daimler Truck Spin-Off Mean for North America?

While the chip shortage and other constraints have affected Daimler Trucks North America as they have other vehicle manufacturers, the company’s still number one in Class 6-8 market share and plans to stay there as it pushes forward with zero-emissions, autonomous, and connected-vehicle technologies.

November 11, 2021

Western Star Drops 5700XE On-Highway Model
DTNA's Virtual Vehicle Offers In-Cab Telematics, App Flexibility
Freightliner Cascadia Designed for Waymo Driver
DTNA Names Mary Aufdemberg GM of Product Strategy

DTNA Names Mary Aufdemberg GM of Product Strategy

Daimler Trucks North America has appointed Mary Aufdemberg, currently general manager and president of Daimler Trucks Remarketing, as GM of product strategy and market development.

August 5, 2021

DTNA Adds Scott Kuebler as VP for On-Highway Sales
Daimler Truck Outlines Strategy as Stand-Alone Company

Daimler Truck Outlines Strategy as Stand-Alone Company

As it prepares to separate from Mercedes-Benz passenger car operations, Daimler Truck identifies some global weaknesses and outlines how it plans to target them – but North American operations stand out.

May 24, 2021

Daimler Trucks Pursues Dual-Track Autonomous Strategy
Daimler Trucks North America Makes Leadership Changes
Thomas Built Leader Takes on General Manager Role at DTNA
Daimler Opens Orders for Freightliner eCascadia, eM2
Daimler Trucks NA Names New CEO

Daimler Trucks NA Names New CEO

John O’Leary will succeed Roger Nielsen as president and CEO of Daimler Trucks North America, effective April 1.

February 16, 2021

SelecTrucks Opens 4 Chicagoland Used-Truck Centers
Daimler Trucks North America Names New Communications Chief
What to Expect in Used Truck Market for 2021

What to Expect in Used Truck Market for 2021

Expect more advanced levels of technology and fuel efficiency on used heavy-duty trucks in 2021, while prices stabilize after plunging in 2020, according to Daimler Trucks North America.

December 9, 2020

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