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Triangle Offers All-Position Tire for Regional and Urban Use

Triangle Tire USA has introduced the Triangle TRS02 all-position tire designed for regional and urban haul operations.

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Driving Mack’s Low-Ride Refuse Hauler

Mack’s LR model features high-powered, smart hydraulics and finely tuned details to help refuse fleets move trash fast.

Volvo Unveils Second Electric Truck Model

Just three weeks after introducing its first electric truck, Volvo has unveiled its FL Electric model in Europe.

Future Tech Gets Trashed

The trucking segment arguably leading the way forward in terms of new technology and alternative fuels is one that would surprise most casual observers of today's trucking industry. Blog commentary by Jack Roberts, Senior Editor.

Bridgestone Launches New Tires Aimed at Waste Industry

Bridgestone Americas showcased two new all-position radial tires under the Bridgestone and Firestone brands that are designed exclusively for the waste industry and will enter the market later this year.

Mack Details Improvements to LR Model Refuse Trucks

Mack Trucks has detailed new features on its Mack LR refuse truck lineup that offer enhanced safety, improved driver productivity, and expanded options.

Mack Plans for Electric Refuse Truck in NYC by 2019

Mack Trucks has announced plans to deploy a Mack LR refuse model equipped with an integrated electric drivetrain in the New York City Department of Sanitation fleet by 2019.

Dennis Eagle Launches ProView Refuse Truck in U.S.

Dennis Eagle, a United Kingdom-based refuse and recycling collection vehicle manufacturer, has announced the launch of its ProView refuse truck for the U.S. and Canadian markets.

Freightliner Brings Next-Level Refuse Hauler to North America

The new purpose-built EconicSD refuse hauler features an impressive suite of standard safety features that includes autonomous braking and remote diagnostic capabilities.

Autocar Trucks to Receive First Cummins X12 Engines

Autocar Trucks is the first North American OEM to introduce Cummins' new X12 engine to the refuse market. Autocar claims the engine will enable customers to haul more than 700 pounds additional payload while delivering almost $11,000 in fuel savings over the life of a truck.