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Navistar notified of looming SEC enforcement action, posts 12th straight quarterly loss

White House delays proposed speed limiter mandate

A looming rule to mandate the use of speed limiting devices on heavy trucks has been delayed, according to a notice on the White House’s ...

Electronic log mandate will be a game changer, say CCJ Market Movers panelists

Miles have dropped about 6 percent for the 40 percent of carriers who have adopted electronic logging devices, said Derek Leathers, president and COO of ...

Video: In-cab view of Meritor WABCO active braking system autonomously stopping vehicle before collision

CCJ got the chance in Dallas at the 2015 GATS to take a ride in a tractor equipped with Meritor WABCO's OnGuard Active Safety System. ...

Cargo thefts likely to increase over holiday weekend, prevention firms say

Cargo theft tracking firms FreightWatch International and CargoNet each released warnings for drivers and carriers heading into the Labor Day weekend, telling them the risk ...

Canadian court OKs speed limiters, says benefits supersede safety risk to truck drivers

A Canadian appellate court ruled this week that the Ontario province’s 2009-implemented truck speed limiter law will remain in effect, despite the court’s majority opinion ...

FetchDesk launches ‘self-brokering’ software for carriers

FetchDesk announced the launch of a new cloud-based platform to streamline communications between shippers, brokers and carriers. The company says its mobile-friendly software allows shippers to ...

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2017 ISX15 Features Single Module Aftertreatment

It pays to think ahead. That’s why Cummins is already testing prototypes featuring its 2017 ISX15 engine with Single Module aftertreatment. The 2017 ISX15 will…

FourKites creates free tracking service for freight brokers

FourKites, a provider of freight tracking technology, introduced FourKites CarrierLink, a free mobile app and tracking service for small to mid-size brokers. Four Kites is a cross-platform ...

Got a Class 8 long-nose? CCJ’s Reader Reviews needs your opinions

Do you operate a Freightliner Coronado or 122SD? What about International’s Lonestar or 9900i? Maybe Kenworth’s W900? And let’s not forget Peterbilt’s Model 389 or ...

Videos: CNBC reports live from GATS and CCJ Market Movers, talks trucking’s importance to economy

CCJ held its first Market Movers town-hall style conference at the Great American Trucking Show last week. CNBC joined CCJ in hosting the event, which ...

Operation Safe Driver Week enforcement blitz to be held in October

The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance will hold its annual Operation Safe Driver Week during the week of Oct. 18-24. Law enforcement agencies across North America will ...

Oakland port to begin allowing trucks to pick up, deliver on Saturdays

The Port of Oakland intends to become one of the few U.S. ports to offer off-peak shifts by adding full Saturday operations. The fee to fund ...

Cummins continues coast-to-coast road tour: Here are the upcoming stops

Cummins launched its 2015 Redefining Tour in June, a coast-to-coast mobile tour showcasing both current and future engine technologies. The Redefining Tour will visit 34 cities ...

ICYMI: Commercial Vehicle Outlook Wrap-up

The 2015 Commercial Vehicle Outlook is in the books. The annual conference, hosted in Dallas by CCJ's parent company Randall-Reilly and the Heavy Duty Manufacturers ...

Comment period for proposed fuel economy, emissions regs extended to Oct. 1

Federal regulators have extended the public comment period for the recently proposed next phase of emissions regulations and fuel economy standards for heavy-duty trucks, pushing ...