Equipment

Guessing game: Where will Cat find its 15-liter engine solution?

The big news story this week was, of course, Cat and Navistar breaking up. At first brush, given Navistar’s fresh troubles with a brand-new EPA lawsuit, you’d be forgiven for ...

E-log mandate advances, FMCSA sends rule to White House for approval

New integrated drivetrains speak a language all their own – and that’s a good thing for fuel-conscious fleets

One surprising trend over the past few years has been the unprecedented market share growth of automated manual transmissions. Many OEMs now are reporting AMT take rates that would have ...

CCJ Market Movers to feature some of trucking’s top leaders

Managing fleets’ three biggest costs – drivers, fuel and equipment – is an ongoing challenge, even for the nation’s most successful carriers. Fleets such as Covenant, Swift and Werner have proven ...

Industry-promoting trailer wraps available from Trucking Moves America Forward

Trucking Moves America Forward this week unveiled a trailer decal wrap program, which it says could help educate and inform the motoring public on the trucking industry, its workforce and its ...

Daimler, Zonar enhanced partnership takes service and support to the next level

No matter what the OEM makeup of your fleet looks like, a truck isn’t worth a hill of beans if you can’t rely on quality service and support to diagnose ...

Caterpillar decides to part ways with Navistar, go it alone on truck production

Navistar, Caterpillar end partnership, each to make own line of vocational truck

Navistar finalizes sale of 7,950 International tractors to Celadon subsidiary

Following the 1,050 truck order the company announced last week, International Truck July 27 announced it has finalized the remaining 7,950 tractor orders from Quality Companies, Inc., a wholly owned ...

Mack delivers 25,000th truck with equipped with GuardDog Connect

Mack Trucks announced last week it reached the 25,000-truck milestone with its GuardDog Connect integrated telematics solution. The 25,000th truck, a Mack Pinnacle, was recently delivered to Cresson, Texas-based 3 Star ...

EPA, DOT to hold public hearings on next round of emissions, fuel economy regs

The Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Transportation have announced they will hold two public hearings on the upcoming so-called Phase 2 of federal emissions and fuel economy standards ...

SAF-Holland receives quality Award from Paccar

SAF-Holland’s Michigan manufacturing facility has received the Paccar 2014 50PPM Quality Award, and will be added to the list of premium suppliers displayed at Paccar locations and online, the company ...

Volvo asks FMCSA to allow sensor to be placed outside allowed space on windshield

Volvo Trucks has requested an exemption from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration to allow the placement of rain and ambient light detection sensors on Volvo’s trucks lower in the ...

Unannounced brake check day puts 14 percent of inspected trucks out of service

The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance checked brakes on 6,337 commercial motor vehicles during its annual unannounced brake check day May 6, the enforcement group announced this week, resulting in a ...

Future of trucking equipment, technology to be key topic of discussion at CV-Outlook

How will environmental, safety and infrastructure concerns change trucking equipment and technology over the next decades? That’s the subject of the opening panel discussion at this year’s Commercial Vehicle Outlook, ...