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Freightliner Cascadia Designed for Waymo Driver
Dillon Logistics Shuts Doors

Dillon Logistics Shuts Doors

Dillon Logistics, an Illinois-based tank carrier, abruptly shut its doors the last day of August, according to several published reports.

September 2, 2021

Waymo Partners with Ryder on Autonomous-Truck Uptime
Sysco to Launch Driver Academy

Sysco to Launch Driver Academy

Foodservice distribution giant Sysco is starting its own driver training school in the face of an increasingly challenging labor market.

August 17, 2021

Trailer Makers Struggle to Meet High Demand

Trailer Makers Struggle to Meet High Demand

With fleets "desperate for new dry vans," trailer makers continue to struggle to increase production rates to meet high demand in the face of supply chain, staffing, and material shortage issues.

August 13, 2021

Electric Yard Tractors go to Work in Port Newark

Electric Yard Tractors go to Work in Port Newark

Ten battery-electric yard tractors are now in operation in Port Newark, New Jersey, which Red Hook Container Terminals said it is the single largest deployment of battery-electric trucks in the eastern U.S.

August 13, 2021

Bridgestone, Einride Work Together on Electric, Autonomous Trucks
Senate-Passed Infrastructure Legislation Includes Trucking Provisions
Nikola Puts Tre Battery-Electric Truck Through its Paces

Nikola Puts Tre Battery-Electric Truck Through its Paces

While the mainstream headlines have been full of news about Nikola founder Trevor Milton’s indictment, the company he left last year has been busy continuing its work to bring battery-electric and fuel-cell trucks to market.

August 10, 2021

Hyzon Looks to Liquid Hydrogen for up to 1,000-mile ZEV Range
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

NTSB Board Member to Talk Safety in HDTX Keynote

NTSB Board Member to Talk Safety in HDTX Keynote

What’s more important to safety: the driver, management, or emerging technologies? That’s the question National Transportation Safety Board Member Michael Graham will address during an opening keynote presentation at Heavy Duty Trucking Exchange Aug. 25.

July 16, 2021

How Will Utilities Deal with Electric-Vehicle Charging and Stressed Electric Grids?
House Highway Bill Step Forward on Infrastructure Funding
Bridgestone Kodiak Investment to Enable Smart Tire Tech in Autonomous Trucks
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