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ConMet SmartHub Helps Monitor Wheel Hub Health

ConMet is looking for additional fleets to test its new PreSet Plus SmartHub, a hub health monitoring system that will inform fleets anytime a wheel hub is operating outside of normal parameters.

Looking into Trucking's Future with DTNA's Roger Nielsen

Battery-electric trucks and fuel-cell electric trucks will exist side by side – and sooner than you may think, predicted Daimler Trucks North America chief Roger Nielsen in a short interview with Editor in Chief Deborah Lockridge.

Volvo Chief: Technology Driving an Industry in Transition

Electrification, autonomous trucks, and connectivity are transforming the goods transportation industry. Martin Lundstedt, President and CEO of the Volvo Group, explored these topics at the Heavy Duty Manufacturers Association’s lunch briefing during the North American Commercial Vehicle Show in Atlanta Oct. 29.

Peterbilt Looks to 2020: Electric Trucks, Vocational Sales, Uptime Initiatives

Projecting to end 2019 with near-record Class 8 market share and record-setting medium-duty market share, Peterbilt is looking to the strength of the vocational market for 2020 to help it continue that success, while adding new uptime-related initiatives and planning to have electric trucks in production by the end of next year.

Mack Trucks Highlights Anthem Fuel Economy, Limited Edition

The Mack Anthem heavy-duty truck is not only proving itself to be super fuel efficient, but a new limited-edition model is more “badass” than ever, said Mack officials at the North American Commercial Vehicle Show Oct. 28 in Atlanta.