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Navistar recognizes graduates of uptime academy, donates equipment for education

Uptime Academy is a 12-month apprenticeship program for high school graduates that offers hands-on training to prepare for a career as technician.

Women In Trucking Association announces its October 2023 Member of the Month

Keeney’s advice for anyone who is thinking about trucking as a career, especially women, is to do their research, find mentors and ask questions.

Equipment Finance Industry confidence steady in September

Overall, confidence in the equipment finance market is 50.3, steady with the August index of 50.4.

Coats releases new CHD 6330 heavy-duty tire changer model

The CHD 6330, according to the press release, is a compact HD tire changer that’s designed for shops with moderate to high volume and features jaw-style clamping.

Ryder deploys its first BrightDrop EV into rental fleet

The BrightDrop Zevo 600 electric van boasts a range of up to 250 miles and can support a payload of 1,460 to 2,450 lbs.

Women In Trucking Association announces new vice chair

Along with this volunteer leadership role, Smith is senior vice president of human resources for Penske Transportation Solutions.

Mitchell 1 awards TruckSeries subscription to TMC SuperTech 2023 Grand Champion

Doug Nickles, TMCSuperTech 2023 Grand Champion, receives a one-year Mitchell 1 TruckSeries software subscription, accessing Class 4-8 truck repair info.

The curse of Thawed Loadoma and managing refrigerated assets

Fear not, with the right equipment, the curse of a thawed delivery won’t loom over your fleet.

PLI signaling growth in parts aftermarket sales below trend

“PLI has fallen to a level signaling the growth rate of parts aftermarket sales will be below trend in the coming months.”

FleetDrive 360, Abbott partner to address FMCSA regulations

The companies plan to offer a fast method of scheduling drug tests and 72-hour results returns while maintaining compliance with FMCSA regulations.

Freight markets remain soft amid private fleet expansion

The reduction in capacity within the for-hire sector is starting to create potential for improved market conditions, but this positive outlook could be jeopardized…

Act Trailer Industry 2023
Class 8 orders nearly double in September, according to FTR

Total Class 8 orders for the previous 12 months have equaled 270,000 units.