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International Delivers New Trucks and More

International Truck and Engine Corp. says its new ProStar is the result of five years, $300 million in development and the continuous collaboration of dealer and customer advisory boards.

Kenworth Introduces New T660 Model

Kenworth Truck Co. recently introduced its new Kenworth T660 aerodynamic model, which will be available for customer delivery with the new 2007 engines.

Johnson Refrigerated Truck Bodies launches RouteMax

Johnson Refrigerated Truck Bodies launched the next generation in cold plate technology with it RouteMax pilot program, the company said.

Hendrickson expands Composilite family

Hendrickson recently expanded its Composilite family with the emergence of Composilite FBC, a self-steering auxiliary lift axle in capacities up to 10,000 pounds.

Donaldson broadens TopSpin pre-cleaner line

Donaldson Company Inc. further broadened its family of TopSpin self-cleaning air intake system pre-cleaners to include 13 models.

Horton offers VMaster Ultra fan drive

Horton announced the introduction of its VMaster Ultra Fan Drives in anticipation of new emissions regulations.

Volvo Group unveils hybrid technology

The Volvo Group presents an efficient hybrid solution for heavy vehicles, which offers fuel savings up to 35 percent, the company said.

Rotary Lift adapters designed for precision

Rotary Lift introduced a thread-up adapter accessory kit for its SPO12 two-post surface lift.

Thermo King offers external battery charging kit

Thermo King’s External Battery Charging Kit was designed with the lift gate in mind.

Shell introduces VideoCheck digital inspection

Shell Lubricants introduced the new Shell VideoCheck, a technological digital inspection service, as an integral component of its value-led services for 2006.

Sterling unveils low COE truck

Sterling Truck Corp. unveiled its new low cab-over-engine (COE) truck — the Sterling 360.

New Sprinter van offers improved versatility, safety

Eleven years and approximately 1.3 million units later (30,000 units in North America alone), the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, now has a successor.