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P.S.I. extends partnership with Celerity DRS for Europe

Celerity DRS have grown the business to be well positioned for the upcoming R141 legislation.

Goodyear, Gatik demonstrate accurate tire-road friction potential estimate

The breakthrough will add more utility to what a tire can deliver by providing critical data that can help enhance vehicle safety.

Trimble to acquire Transporeon

The acquisition aims to strengthen and accelerate its connect and scale strategy.

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Chinese CV market demand maintained a sharp decline in Q3’22

Freight hauling and specialty trucks saw their market shares decrease.

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Phillips wins social responsibility award at European Business Forum

The Leaders of Social Responsibility awards for Good Company, Good Employer, and Eco Company were presented during the European Business Forum 2022.   

Daimler Truck expands carbon-neutral energy supply at production sites

By 2039, the company aims to achieve CO₂-neutral production in all plants and business units worldwide.

Volvo receives record order for electric trucks in Australia

In Australia, sales of electric trucks are starting to pick up.

Speedy Freight continues European expansion

Same day courier service Speedy Freight has announced the expansion of its European offering by opening a second branch in mainland Spain. Located in Madrid city center, just minutes away from Atocha Train Station, the branch will be headed up by experienced transport and logistics manager Gabriel Moyano, who is aiming to recruit between six and eight

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ECIA GIPC publishes China Tariff avoidance, recovery document

The ECIA’s Global Industry Practices Committee (GIPC) has published a document to update members on best practices as companies in the electronic components industry respond to the shifting political landscape regarding China tariffs. The China Tariff Avoidance and Recovery Process Update document offers an outline of what the GIPC recommends to members about current practices

Volvo delivers electric trucks with fossil-free steel to customers

Volvo has begun using fossil-free steel in its trucks. The first electric trucks with fossil-free steel are now being delivered to customers. In September this year, Volvo Trucks started series production of heavy-duty electric, 44-ton trucks, as the first global truck manufacturer to achieve this. Some of the electric trucks will also be the first

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Volvo Group spins out new company Fyrqom AB

Volvo Group, Qamcom Group and the inventor Roman Iustin form a new start-up company, Fyrqom AB. The new company will offer an automated system for calibration of the tire pressure monitoring system on heavy-duty vehicles. With a tire pressure monitoring system, the driver is informed if one of the tires loses the pressure. Today rather

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Report: Global electric truck market size to reach 1,413,694 units by 2030

Due to the rising emissions levels and increasing prices of petroleum, along with petroleum’s limited availability, there has been a growing demand for zero-emission fuel vehicles, noted a new report from MarketsandMarkets, a company that provides B2B research on 30,000 high growth niche opportunities/threats which will impact 70% to 80% of worldwide companies’ revenues. This

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