Davey Jung succeeds Masamichi Mizukoshi, who retired from Hino.
Hino Trucks announced its plan to purchase the former Cold Water Creek distribution center in Mineral Wells, W.V., and convert it into a new truck assembly plant, close to its current plant. The new plant, planned to be operational in early 2019, will also house cab assembly, an operation currently conducted in Japan. In addition
Meritor WABCO has received the 2015 Excellence in Quality and the 2015 On-Time Delivery Performance awards from Hino Motors Manufacturing U.S.A., Inc. Meritor WABCO has been recognized with the quality award seven times in the past eight years and has received the on-time delivery award five times. The two awards recognize Meritor WABCO for achieving
Over the years, we have been witness to the ebb and flow of alternative fuels for on-highway vehicles, which has been driven the price and/or availability of oil. Typically, fleet applications drive the choice for specific alternative fuels. We asked truck original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) about the current alternative fuel trends and demands, and where fleets
Meritor WABCO received the 2014 Excellence in Quality Award from Hino Motors Manufacturing U.S.A., Inc. This is the fifth time in the past seven years that Meritor WABCO has won the award. Meritor WABCO received the award in recognition of achieving a perfect zero parts per million (PPM) defect rate during the entire 2014 calendar year.
Power management company Eaton was recognized with the 2013 Quality Excellence Award from Hino Motors Canada Ltd. and Hino Motors Manufacturing USA Inc., both part of the Toyota Group of Companies. Eaton earned this recognition thanks to its Synflex air brake tubing products, which are manufactured in North America and used for brake systems in Hino’s