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Daimler, PGE Open 'Electric Island' Charging Site
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

Alliance Parts Announces New Locations, Products
SelecTrucks Opens 4 Chicagoland Used-Truck Centers
Freightliner Cascadias Recalled for Steer Tire Problem
Daimler Trucks North America Names New Communications Chief
Daimler Trucks Fined $30 Million Over Delayed Truck Recalls

Daimler Trucks Fined $30 Million Over Delayed Truck Recalls

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced a consent order with Daimler Trucks North America following an investigation that found the company failed to recall vehicles in a timely fashion and to comply with other reporting requirements.

January 4, 2021

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

Cummins Announces Connected X15 Engine for Freightliner Cascadia
Electric Island to Showcase Electric Commercial Vehicle Charging

Electric Island to Showcase Electric Commercial Vehicle Charging

Electric Island will be a large public charging site for medium- and heavy-duty electric commercial vehicles, co-developed by Daimler Trucks North America and Portland General Electric. It's expected to be the first of its kind in the United States.

December 1, 2020

FlowBelow Aerodynamic Wheel Cover Now Standard on Freightliner Cascadia
Daimler Trucks Establishes Global Connectivity Services Group
Daimler Trucks, Waymo Team up to Tackle Autonomous Trucking

Daimler Trucks, Waymo Team up to Tackle Autonomous Trucking

An autonomous-truck partnership between Waymo and Daimler will produce a unique version of the Freightliner Cascadia fitted with integrated redundancy for all safety systems, rather than bolt-on components. It will be driven by Waymo's advanced AI driving system, The Waymo Driver.

October 27, 2020