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Three years ago, the company Convoy was founded with the goal of using technology to provide an Uber-like service for booking on-demand freight shipments. Investors like Jeff Bezos and Waymo-parent Alphabet have invested in the company, which recently surpassed $1 billion in valuation. HDT's Deborah Lockridge checked in to see what the company is working on now.

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Q&A: Peterbilt's Jason Skoog on Hot Truck Market, Electric Trucks and More

Jason Skoog took over as general manager of Peterbilt in March after more than 20 years at Paccar, most recently as assistant general manager – Operations at Peterbilt’s sister company, Kenworth. He shares his thoughts on the hot truck market, the sizzling pace of technology advances, and why little things mean a lot.

Q&A: Fenn Church on ELDs, Infrastructure, and Trucking in Alabama

Mandatory ELDs may level the playing field, but it's still a battle to get some customers to understand the constraints that the hours of service rules play. That's just one challenge facing Fenn Church, president of Church Transportation, as he leads the Alabama Trucking Association this year.

Q&A: Mercedes-Benz Vans Fleet Operations

Mercedes-Benz will shift production of its Sprinter van to South Carolina from Germany later this year. Andrew Lawson, the general manager of fleet operations for van and chassis, sat down with Automotive Fleet to discuss what it means for fleets.

Q&A: Western Star’s Carson on Vocational Trucks

HDT's Deborah Lockridge sat down with David Carson, who took over the helm of Western Star at the beginning of the year, to talk about his first six-plus months on the job and the vocational truck market.

7 Questions for Geotab's Colin Sutherland

Colin Sutherland, Geotab's executive vice president of sales and marketing, speaks about telematics industry consolidation, vehicle security, and answers the question of who owns vehicle data in this interview.