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Decisiv extends connectivity with Navistar’s dealer network

Decisiv, Inc. is collaborating with Navistar to provide the 30,000 fleet users of SRM with connectivity to all International Truck and IC Bus dealer locations across North America. “Customers that use the Decisiv SRM platform can create Service Requests and receive status updates from the International and IC Bus service network through the International 360

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International adds enhanced driver safety capabilities to trucks

International Truck now offers enhanced features of the Bendix Wingman Fusion collision mitigation system on the International LT Series, RH Series, MV Series, HV Series and HX Series. Upgrading from the earlier generation of Fusion as standard equipment on the International LT Series and RH Series, the company says the enhanced Fusion system delivers: Enhanced

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International truck unwraps the new HX Series trucks

The new International HX Series is the first product released under the company’s Navistar 4.0 strategy and its Project Compass initiative. The new HX Series is available in both a set-forward axle HX520 and a set-back axle HX620. The HX620 comes standard with the International A26 engine, delivering up to 500 HP. Additionally, both the

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The chassis as driver retention equipment

Manufacturers agree: Keeping drivers comfortable and engaged in their work means fleet managers should concentrate on the foundation of the truck—and that means spec’ing the chassis to keep drivers happy. “We have found that fatigue plays a huge part in keeping drivers or operators engaged while on the job,” says Ryan Breezee, Kenworth vocational marketing

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Catch up with the electrification podcast series from Fleet Future

All throughout September and October, the Fleet Future podcast from FE has been focused on electrification, speaking with people throughout the industry on the details of electrification, the trucks that are coming to market and what interested fleets will need to know. Brush up on your electric truck knowledge below with all seven episodes of

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The secrets to spec’ing your next vocational truck chassis

If you have ever found yourself with your hands on your knees, nose three inches from a model ship in a glass bottle, you have no doubt silently contemplated the same question everyone else has in this position – how did they possibly build that? It begins with preparation. As each combination of ship, bottle

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Navistar adds new partnerships with telematics, fleet management providers

Navistar International Corp. has announced Gateway Integrations, a collection of software integrations with telematics and fleet management providers. Navistar says Gateway Integrations are designed to reduce fleet costs, simplify data transmission and streamline access to fleet management and compliance solutions by using Navistar’s factory-installed telematics device as a gateway to streamline software solutions without the

Podcast: International Trucks goes over the ‘four C’s’ of electrification

In the latest installment of Fleet Future’s ongoing series on electrification, International Trucks Vice President of e-Mobility Gary Horvat is our guest as he goes over the OEM’s “four C’s” approach to bringing electric vehicles to market. Click below to listen. You can find more episodes of the Fleet Future podcast, including all of this

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Your questions about electric trucks, answered

Despite the many unexpected challenges that 2020 has brought to every industry, progress towards electrification continues in the trucking industry. For evidence of that, look no further than the plethora of electrification news that the late summer brought us, from Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA)’s Customer Experience fleet of companies that will test eCascadia and

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Cumberland International Trucks of Tennessee acquires Maudlin International of Florida

Cumberland International Trucks, Inc. of Nashville, Tennessee has acquired Maudlin International Trucks, LLC of Florida. Maudlin International is a full-service International dealer that has been in operation for over 23 years with father/son team John and Mike Maudlin at the helm. Cumberland Companies will now serve the southeast with a total of 10 locations in

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Navistar delivers J.B. Hunt’s 5,000th International LT

J.B. Hunt Transport has taken delivery of its 5,000th International LT Series on-highway tractor, three-and-a-half years after purchasing its first LT, Navistar says. J.B. Hunt has purchased more LT Series vehicles than any other company in the general freight segment, Navistar says. The input of J.B. Hunt and its drivers was critical to developing the

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Inside the truck data integration: Navistar, Samsara

There have been a slew of integration announcements between OEMs and technology service providers, which sound great on digital paper, but what do they really mean? How far does the integration go? Where do you see the data? How can you, as the fleet, make the most of it? In the first of a series

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