Heavy Duty Trucks News
Industry leaders share thoughts on where the trucking industry is going at ACT seminar

Industry leaders talked about the transition to EVs, what’s anticipated for fleers in the next 18 months, and how fleets feel about the future.

Peterbilt announces partnership with Transition Overwatch to recruit transitioning military veterans

Transition Overwatch identifies high-potential veterans transitioning into the civilian workforce.

Early lessons learned from Run on Less – Electric DEPOT

Since September 11, data has been collected from 22 trucks operating out of 10 fleet depots. Here’s what we’ve learned so far.

Volvo Trucks North America appoints new regional vice president of Canada

Blackman will aim to advance Volvo’s operations within the Canada.

Daimler Truck highlights enhanced safety assistance systems testing efforts

Around the world, up to 60 Daimler Truck vehicles undergo endurance testing throughout the year.

FTR: Fuel costs chip away at favorable shippers market

Overall market conditions for shippers were stable and positive during June.

Equipment demand likely to fade into year end

The silver lining: vocational truck demand remains strong.

FTR’s July Trucking Conditions Index improved from June but remains in negative territory

Aside from fuel cost volatility, the outlook for trucking conditions is little changed with only gradual improvement.

Clean Freight Coalition addresses EPA emissions regulations efforts

Mullen went on to explain that congress and regulators should pursue policies that provide immediate emissions reductions.

Peterbilt celebrates Model 389 production milestone at Denton manufacturing plant

Massey Motor Freight will take home the 100,000th Peterbilt Model 389.

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ACT Research says half of all commercial vehicles will be zero emissions by 2040

By 2027, eight states will have joined California in adopting Advanced Clean Trucks, resulting in moderate growth in adoption rates.

FTR: August Class 8 orders up from July

August level of order activity continues to be below replacement levels.