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OnTerra Systems announces January 2022 RouteSavvy software enhancements

OnTerra Systems, the developers of RouteSavvy route planning software for small businesses, has announced January 2022 RouteSavvy software enhancements. The company says highlights of January 2022 RouteSavvy software enhancements include the following: New Route Cloning Function – RouteSavvy’s new route cloning function is a faster way to create a new route based by cloning an

UAF launches heavy-duty technician scholarships website

The University of the Aftermarket Foundation (UAF) has launched a new website in conjunction with Heavy Duty Aftermarket Week (HDAW). HeavyDutyScholarships.com is focused on heavy-duty/diesel industry scholarships. The Heavy Duty Scholarship Central portal offers scholarships for students studying diesel and commercial heavy-duty technology and considering careers in the business of servicing or supplying parts and

Dayco introduces two-piece tensioner for Detroit 13, 15 series engines

Dayco, an engine products and drive systems supplier for the automotive, industrial and aftermarket industries, has announced that its heavy-duty two-piece tensioner designed to help address repair issues for Detroit 13 and 15 series engines. The company stated that the tensioner cuts installation time in half and helps ensure fleet uptime. In addition, Dayco’s technical team

Dayton Parts launches air disc brake application guide

Dayton Parts LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Dorman Products Inc., announced the launch of its air disc brake application guide at Heavy Duty Aftermarket Week ’22 (HDAW). The 30-page visual guide makes it simple for aftermarket distributors and vehicle operators to identify the correct replacement components on all major original equipment ADB models, the

Mitchell 1’s Ben Johnson Joins HDAW panel focused on data usage in the aftermarket

Ben Johnson, director of product management for Mitchell 1 has been invited to participate in a panel discussion during Heavy Duty Aftermarket Week (HDAW): Paving the Way: How the Heavy Duty Aftermarket Can Profit from Telematics and Predictive Maintenance.  The session is scheduled for Tuesday, January 25 at 9 a.m. central time in Texas Ballroom A&B, at the

SKF Vehicle Aftermarket highlights wheel end products at HDAW

SKF Vehicle Aftermarket is providing a glimpse into its wheel end components in booth no. 1401 at Heavy Duty Aftermarket Week (HDAW) 2022. Among the products on display during this year’s show will be SKF’s line of fully loaded trailer hubs, featuring a design to reduce friction for improved rolling efficiency and higher capacity to

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Dana to showcase new products, technology at HDAW

Dana Incorporated will feature a wide array of products during Heavy Duty Aftermarket Week (HDAW) at the Gaylord Texan Resort held Jan. 24-27 in Grapevine, Texas. During HDAW, Dana team members will demonstrate the benefits of the DanaAftermarket.com e-commerce platform and eRFQ marketplace. Dana will share information with attendees about the Spicer ReadyShaft and Spicer

Bendix enhances e-commerce tools

B2Bendix.com, the e-commerce platform of Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems LLC, has been updated to provide the right parts quickly and easily, the company noted during Heavy Duty Aftermarket Week. Several B2Bendix.com improvements are aimed at minimizing the time it takes to get the right repair information or locate the correct part. Bendix has also made

Diesel Laptops to enhance Diesel Parts, Diesel Repair platforms

Diesel Laptops announced the next evolution of its Diesel Parts and Diesel Repair platforms, now accessible online via any mobile device, tablet, laptop or computer. In a rapidly growing industry with nearly 2 million diesel engines being produced per year and nearly 9 million commercial trucks operating in the US alone, one of the main

DOT announces historic bridge investment under infrastructure law

The U.S. Department of Transportation launched the historic Bridge Replacement, Rehabilitation, Preservation, Protection, and Construction Program (Bridge Formula Program), made possible by President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. The program, to be administered by the Federal Highway Administration, represents the single largest dedicated bridge investment since the construction of the interstate highway system – providing $26.5

EV charging system addresses fleet, multifamily property challenges

Atom Power has announced the launch of PURPL. PURPL is Atom Power’s EV charging solution that charges vehicles directly from the circuit breaker and incorporates unique energy management technology to keep electricity costs low. These capabilities provide utilities, cities, property and fleet owners with a dual solution to increase access to EV charging and upgrade

NTEA offers second course in Truck Equipment Electrical Basics online educational series

NTEA, in collaboration with e-learning platform Electude, announced a new DC and AC Voltage online course as part of its Truck Equipment (TE) Electrical Basics series. “Helping companies develop and educate their workforce is a large part of why the Association exists,” said David Ehrlich, NTEA director of education. “The DC and AC Voltage course,