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Addressing electric truck charging infrastructure challenges

Electric truck charging infrastructure can be confusing, especially when fleets that have talked diesel MPG need to talk electric Kwh. At the Volvo LIGHTS Project event that highlighted a collaborative approach to truck electrification, a panel of speakers took to the TEC Equipment shop floor next to newly-installed ABB chargers to tell fleets: You’re not

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Volvo Trucks turns on the electric LIGHTS project

Two years, $44.8 million and 16 partners came together in the Volvo Trucks North America LIGHTS project to bring not just the Volvo electric VNR to market, but a holistic electric truck strategy—from charging infrastructure to electric truck maintenance. Several presenters took the stage during the opening remarks, including: Martin Lundstedt, president and chief executive

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Electrifying the right trucking applications

The New York Department of Sanitation is putting Mack’s LR Electric to work.

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Trucking data as currency: What is your data worth?

An exploration of data’s value.

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What goes into truck tire performance validation?

Cooper Tires pulls back the tire development curtain for a behind-the-scenes look.

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Fleet Profile: Hardy Brothers is dedicated to professionalism

The emphasis on safety at Hardy Brothers is supported by investing heavily in technology.

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Executive interview outtakes: Kent Jones, SAF-Holland

Editing means that a lot of great info gets left on the cutting room floor. Maybe the story is too long. Maybe it doesn’t fit the narrative pace. Maybe there’s no good place to insert a cool factoid. That doesn’t mean that it’s not insightful. It just means that after writing a story I get

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Futuristic diesel engine offerings: An overview

Trucking companies detail what they’re working on to help fleets meet 2021 emissions standards.

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Podcast: Discussing Fleet Equipment’s 2019 Truck Trend of the Year

FE’s Trend of the Year for 2019 is the new innovations and products being put forward by the trucking industry’s suppliers.

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Setting a new standard: Data’s heavy-duty aftermarket impact

Data drives decisions, and the only thing worse than not having data is having the wrong data. That’s especially true in the heavy-duty aftermarket where nomenclature for parts, components and quantities (to name a few) can vary wildly. It’s confusing, inefficient and worst of all—costly. Consider the quantity terminology when placing a parts order. “Some

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Dana talks truck electrification’s aftermarket impact, supplying solutions

Truck electrification conversations coursed through Heavy Duty Aftermarket Week. Some suppliers saw a threat to their business due to electric trucks’ reduced service expectations, while others saw opportunities—a new frontier of solutions and partnership possibilities. Dana Aftermarket’s booth was host to an inspiring sight—a full electric truck drivetrain, from the new electric drive controller and

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Live: News from HDAW 2020 (UPDATED)

There’s plenty of talk of the challenges, changes and opportunities in today’s heavy-duty truck aftermarket, with plenty of news coming from the show.

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