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Daimler Truck N.A. commemorates 750,000th vehicle at Mt. Holly manufacturing facility

Freightliner Trucks opened the Mt. Holly truck plant in May 1979. Recently, DTNA celebrated its 750,000th vehicle produced there.

FMCSA removes All-Ways Track ELD from list of registered ELDs

Carriers who continue to use the revoked ELD will be considered to be operating without an ELD.

Chinese truck market demand began reversing downward trajectory in Q4’22

Medium truck and heavy tractor volumes remained under pressure in the year’s final quarter.

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Talbert Manufacturing exhibited customized 60CC-RC trailer at CONEXPO

The deck of the custom trailer incorporates a 9-foot, 6-inch-wide raised center deck.

Kingsburg Truck Center is Workhorse Group’s first California ‘Certified’ EV dealership

Workhorse has launched its Certified Dealer Program to aid in the development of the EV repair network.

Electric commercial vehicle market size to reach $558.4 billion, globally, by 2031

The global electric commercial vehicle market generated $43.5B in 2021 and is projected to reach $558.4B by 2031.

Trucker Path bundles software solutions with ‘Essentials’ package

Trucker Path’s new Essentials bundle offers navigation, ELD, load board and dispatching solutions for small to mid-sized fleets.

Supporting truck shop software and technology integration

Your shop software will do you no good if it is outdated.

Trane Technologies approves HVO fuel for Thermo King refrigerated trucks and trailers

Trane Technologies approved HVO fossil-free fuel as an alternative to diesel for its Thermo King cold chain solutions.

The hydrogen truck reality: NACFE finds duty cycle sweet spot

Hydrogen and battery electric are not an “either/or” but an “and” for the zero-emission freight future, NACFE says.

Trail King updates material-hauling trailers

Trail King unveiled the latest updates to its Steel Side Dump and Bottom Dump trailers at CONEXPO.

CarriersEdge adds Netradyne’s AI truck safety platform to training system

CarriersEdge and Netradyne have say they have partnered to enhance driver training and safety measures.