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GM, Navistar reach commercial vehicle agreement

General Motors Co. and Navistar have reached a long-term agreement to develop and assemble future medium duty, conventional cab Class 4/5 commercial vehicles, allowing Navistar to strengthen its product lineup and GM to expand its Chevrolet commercial truck portfolio. “Bringing medium-duty conventional cab trucks back into the portfolio strengthens Chevrolet’s commitment to providing commercial customers

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Expanding lineup: Chevrolet unveils medium-duty low-cab-forward models

Recently, returning the brand to a segment of the commercial vehicle market, Chevrolet announced it will begin offering low-cab-forward medium-duty trucks in the United States in 2016. The news followed an agreement between General Motors and Isuzu Motors, under which Isuzu will produce the low-cab-forward models based on its N-Series vehicles, and GM will continue

Espar recognized for quality by Daimler, GM

Espar Products, manufacturer of fuel-operated heaters, recently announced that it was awarded the Daimler 2013 Masters of Quality award and the GM 2014 Supplier Quality Excellence award. On June 18, representatives from Daimler visited Espar’s facility to present the award to Espar’s team. The award is the highest recognition that DTNA gives to its suppliers,

GM offers fleets a range of truck alternatives

General Motors Co. is realizing impressive growth in the commercial segment of its business. In August, the OEM experienced an 18% increase in truck sales compared to one year earlier, including a 13% rise in Chevrolet Silverado deliveries and 10% sales growth for the GMC Sierra product line. Additionally, deliveries of Chevrolet Express vans had

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OnStar to team with Telogis to help customers manage their GM fleet vehicles

General Motors announced that it has partnered with Telogis Inc. to provide fleet customers a one-of-a-kind telematics solution that provides actionable data to help control costs, increase safety and enhance fleet operations. Telogis is integrating its location intelligence platform with GM’s OnStar’s proprietary application program interfaces to provide information about vehicles to fleet customers. Through