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ConMet expands e-mobility business

ConMet is integrating the intellectual property and employees dedicated to in-wheel motor technology.

Bosch starts volume production of its fuel-cell power module

By 2030, Bosch plans to generate sales of roughly $5.3 billion with hydrogen technology.

Mitsubishi Fuso, Ample to partner on battery-swapping technology for electric trucks

The companies will collaborate to pair Mitsubishi Fuso EVs with Ample’s Modular Battery Swapping technology.

Light commercial vehicles drive rapid EV growth in China

In May, total sales of new energy light commercial vehicles exceeded 17,000 units, a year-on-year increase of 133%.

Descartes announces top Descartes MacroPoint carriers worldwide for second half of 2023

Carriers achieved a level of compliance and volume among the top 1% of its carrier network during the first half of 2023.

West End Radiators acquires Saskatoon Radiator Sales and Service

This acquisition is the sixth for West End Radiators.

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PragmaCharge to launch ‘electric trucking-as-a-service’ platform

PragmaCharge has developed a modular platform of Battery Electric Truck leasing, maintenance, and charging services to offer Electric Trucking-as-a-Service. According to the company’s recent press release, 24% of UK GHG emissions come from transportation, of which 19% comes from Heavy Goods Vehicles. PragmaCharge, a provider of battery electric trucks and charging services for commercial fleet owners,

Liacon cranks out new 12V LFP battery

Liacon’s LFP battery is designed to be a drop-in replacement, meaning there’s no need to change existing charging systems.

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TuSimple runs fully autonomous semi-truck on public roads in China 

The “Driver Out” run was operated by TuSimple China’s autonomous driving without remote human control of the vehicle, and without traffic intervention.

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ITF Transport Outlook: Cutting transport CO2 now reduces investment needs for core infrastructure

The transport sector can still reduce its CO2 emissions by about 80% over the next 25 years (compared to 2019).

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Mitsubishi Fuso, Hino announce merger, plans to accelerate development of advanced technologies

Daimler Truck, MFTBC, Hino, and Toyota will collaborate toward achieving carbon neutrality and creating a widening mobility offering.

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ATC Drivetrain acquires Mack GmbH as part of global remanufacturing and sustainability initiative

The acquisition includes Mack’s new energy-efficient German facility, featuring solar power generation that will support ATC’s activities.

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