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BorgWarner announces JV with Chinese HD parts supplier

BorgWarner plans to team up with Shaanxi Fast Auto Drive Group, a Chinese supplier known for transmission and drivetrain systems.

MAN eTruck launch sees near-sellout

Chief executive officer Alexander Vlaskamp says MAN’s EV technology is on track, but infrastructure could be an issue.

New report: Commercial hydrogen fuel cell use expected to grow substantially

One prediction shows that the future for heavy-duty EVs belongs to hydrogen fuel cells, over batteries.

Hexagon Purus to supply hydrogen storage for heavy-duty Ford fuel cell truck

Hexagon Purus collaborated with Ford in Horizon Europe’s ZEFES project for a hydrogen-powered heavy-duty truck.

Daimler reports increased sales in 2023

Daimler says that this happened despite supply bottlenecks in important regions.

Daimler Truck appoints new CFO

Eva Scherer joins Daimler Truck from Siemens AG, where she served as executive vice president and global head of investor relations.

Roadzen appoints Jean-Noël Gallardo as CFO

Gallardo brings more than two decades of experience in financial planning and analysis, treasury management, compliance, fundraising and mergers and acquisitions.

EX9 shares results of automated terminal logistics pilot with DHL

The service is being released following the completion of the pilot program.

Westport to work with global truck OEM on meeting Euro 7 LNG standards

Work on the program is already underway with a targeted launch of the new LNG and liquified biomethane fueled product within a few years.

Daimler announces first customer trials for Mercedes-Benz GenH2 fuel cell trucks

The trial, which Daimler expects to hold in mid-2024, will include the companies Amazon, Air Products, INEOS, Holcim and Wiedmann & Winz.

Coca-Cola Christmas truck tours Austria

An all-electric Mercedes-Benz eActros 300 accompanies the Coca-Cola Santa truck this year.

Tim Hortons adds Volvo VNR Electric trucks to its fleet

The Canadian restaurant chain will use the trucks to transport food and beverage products from two distribution centers to its restaurants.