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Hyundai Translead appoints Sean Kenney as CEO

Kenney assumed the role on July 1, succeeding Bongjae Lee.

Phillips Industries OEM division receives Hyundai Translead 2022 Excellence in Quality Award

Phillips Industries OEM division has been recognized by Hyundai Translead with its Excellence in Quality Award for 2022.   Thirteen suppliers were recognized by Hyundai Translead for their commitment and effort in support of Hyundai customers at its annual Supplier Summit on Nov. 3 at The Lodge Torrey Pines in San Diego, CA.     Phillips Industries was one

Hyundai Translead introduces HT360 customer journey experience

Hyundai Translead announced products and solutions inspired by customer needs at TMC 2022. Through HT360, Hyundai Translead supports the entire customer journey from purchasing and financing to maintaining their fleet. Going beyond producing trailers, Hyundai Translead is focused on increasing the value of every product and investing in customer support, the company noted. According to

Photo gallery: TMC 2021

For the first time since February 2020, a veritable lifetime ago, the American Trucking Associations’ Technology and Maintenance Council (TMC) held its usual meeting and exposition, this time in the fall rather than in the winter and held in Cleveland, Ohio—right in Fleet Equipment‘s backyard. With that being the case, the crew at Fleet Equipment

Hyundai Translead launches HT LinkSense connected smart trailer technology

Hyundai Translead announced the launch of HT LinkSense, an open-platform smart trailer solution that is integrated with multiple telematics partners: CalAmp, Orbcomm, Phillips Connect, PowerFleet, Road Ready, Sensata Xirgo, SkyBitz and Spireon. According to Hyundai Translead, by providing universal connectivity between sensor packages and existing telematics systems, HT LinkSense gives fleets the flexibility to choose

Road Ready introduces LogIQ integrated truck data platform

Road Ready has introduced a new integrated data platform, LogIQ, which integrates data from a several component suppliers with its own trailer telematics system, in order for fleets to obtain data insights from the trailer. The system was introduced at the 2021 American Trucking Associations 2021 Technology & Maintenance Council (TMC) Exhibition. Partners on LogIQ

Boss Truck Shop joins Hyundai Translead Preferred Service Provider Program

Boss Shop, Inc. has joined Hyundai Translead’s Preferred Service Provider (PSP) program. Boss Truck Shops throughout the U.S. will now offer maintenance and warranty services to Hyundai’s trailer customers. You can find an interactive map of Boss Truck Shops locations throughout the United States participating in the Hyundai Translead PSP here.

Hyundai Translead announces Preferred Service Provider maintenance program

Hyundai Translead has announced the Preferred Service Provider (PSP) program, designed to provide customers with a network of qualified technicians at authorized service facilities in North America. Hyundai Translead says this program provides its customers the best possible maintenance service for their equipment. With more than 130 locations nationwide, the PSP program allows for ease

Using technology to stay on top of trailer maintenance

The technology offerings in the trucking industry today are innumerable, so it should come as no surprise that there are several technological methods that can help improve your winter maintenance program. For example, many trailer components can have sensors attached that report data to a main telematics hub, giving you an inside look at the

Winter-proof: How to keep your trailers in the best possible shape during the harshest season

There’s plenty to like about the winter, but it’s not all skiing and hot chocolate, especially if you’re a fleet manager who has to worry about the damage the harsh season will cause your equipment. Let’s zero in on trailers, which are susceptible to a variety of potential issues when running during the winter. Luckily,

Seasonal trailer maintenance advice as summer turns up the heat

If your trailer inspection and preventative maintenance checks are on point, you’ll likely catch a lot of the summer-maintenance checkpoints as the seasons shift. Coming out of winter, wheel end and electrical issues will be the most apparent. “During the winter, salt and road chemicals can work their way into small nooks and start to

Seasonal trailer maintenance advice as summer turns up the heat
Must-do trailer maintenance when times are tough (and even when they’re not)

Given the latest industry trailer order numbers (April was the lowest order month since 1990), it’s clear that many fleets are making do with the trailers they have, at least until there’s some certainty in our pandemic-impacted world. To ensure your trailers roll productively and safely, you’ll need eagle-eyed focus on maintenance. So we picked