Minimizer celebrating 30 years with $30,000 giveaway

Minimizer is giving away $30,000 to celebrate its 30th anniversary, which is this year, the fender manufacturer announced Aug. 21 at the Great American Trucking Show.

Technology changing needs of drivers and technicians, panel says

If new truck technologies are not applied correctly, they can be counterproductive for fleets looking to reap expensive fuel savings and safety benefits.

Fracking leading economic recovery

Donald Broughton, managing director, senior research analyst and chief market strategist, Avondale Partners – speaking at the Commercial Vehicle Outlook Conference in Dallas Thursday – says American fracking is a “gold rush” that will lead to energy independence and financial recovery.

Fox News’ Bret Baier talks upcoming elections, foreign policy in CVOC keynote

The upcoming mid-term election and civil unrest globally dominated discussion when Fox News anchor Bret Baier took to the stage Wednesday at the fifth-annual Commercial Vehicle Outlook Conference in Dallas.

Technology to boost driver performance — fleets share case examples at CVOC

Brent Nussbaum, CEO of Nussbaum Transportation, in some ways voiced the conscience of the session by stressing that technology alone won't solve fleet problems relative to safety and fuel efficiency. Drivers buy-in to any system is crucial.

Tech, industry shifts driving changes in equipment trade cycles

Technology and ever-changing needs of a fleet have drastically altered what once was a fairly standardized truck and equipment trade cycle.

PeopleNet showcases ‘connected fleet’ platform

PeopleNet showcased a new “ConnectedFleet” platform at its annual user conference. The new platform consists of four parts, all of which are on schedule to be available by this time next year.

What will the truck market look like in 2022?

During the opening address of the 2014 Commercial Vehicle Outlook Conference in Dallas, researcher and analyst Sandeep Karr said the global truck market will increase tremendously between now and 2022.

Marten seeks opportunities in new markets

Marten Transport, one of the largest refrigerated carriers in the trucking industry, has actively been diversifying its business and growing its customer base with new dry van, dedicated and intermodal initiatives, said Tim Kohl, company president, at the Avondale Partners session in Dallas.

Commercial Vehicle Outlook Conference is underway: Here’s how to follow it

CVOC is underway in Dallas at the Dallas Convention Center, where speakers are talking economic outlook for trucking, regulations, driver retention, equipment trade cycles and how carriers can effectively implement technology.

Truck makers, operators ask NHTSA to consider ‘real world’ in setting efficiency standards

Truck, trailer and engine makers, along with buyers and operators, are strongly encouraging government regulators to consider real-world operating factors in the development of the next round of heavy-duty vehicle fuel efficiency standards. The industry is also hoping the government has learned from the unintended, ...

Truck Tonnage jumps in July, index nears record high

Truck tonnage as measured by the American Trucking Associations’ For-Hire Truck Tonnage Index rose 1.3 percent in July, pushing the index closer to November 2013’s all-time high. Tonnage was up 3.6 percent in the month year over year.

PeopleNet recognizes 4 fleets for innovation

PeopleNet, a Trimble company and provider of fleet mobility technology, announced the recipients of its 2014 Innovator of the Year Awards, presented to fleets that demonstrate leadership in using PeopleNet products and services in unique ways to accelerate return on investment (ROI).

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