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SEC sues Navistar in attempt to make it release allegedly improperly redacted, withheld documents

The SEC filed in December a lawsuit against Navistar International Corp. claiming the truck and engine maker improperly redacted and withheld documents the Commission attempted to subpoena.

The Internet of Things, explained

When we think of the Internet of Things in trucking today, we tend to focus on the rapidly evolving world of vehicle telematics and prognostication. But, in all likelihood, the ...

Utilimaster debuts Velocity walk-in van built on Ford chassis

Click here to read all of CCJ's coverage of Work Truck Show news. Utilimaster Corporation Tuesday unveiled March 4 at the Work Truck Show in Indianapolis, Ind., a new fuel-efficient walk-in ...

Work Truck Show roundup: News and announcements from NTEA’s annual medium-duty show

CCJ is covering the Work Truck Show this week in Indianapolis, Ind., where truck, engine and components makers are announcing new products and services. Below are links to all of CCJ's ...

Mercedes unveils the Metris, the company’s latest commercial van

Metris will arrive at U.S. dealers in October, and is the U.S. and Canadian sibling to Mercedes’ Vito, which will remain the mid-size commercial van for all other global markets.
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Freightliner names Indianapolis inaugural ‘Hardest Working City’

Freightliner Trucks named the Work Truck Show's host city, Indianapolis, Ind., as its first "Hardest Working City" honoree March 4, with the announcement coming at the show itself.

Navistar reports $42M first quarter net loss in big year-over-year gain

Navistar International Corporation reported March 3 a $42 million net loss for the first quarter of the 2015 fiscal year — big gains from the company’s $248 million loss in ...

Maxwell Technologies showcases truck engine start module at TMC

The Maxwell ESM connects directly to a truck's starter via a dedicated third terminal on the unit. The remaining truck batteries are isolated from the cranking process and concentrate on ...

The good and the bad of VMRS

A Vehicle Maintenance Reporting Standards (VMRS) study breakout group session took a quick turn Tuesday at the TMC Annual Meeting when fleet audience members began to question the misuse of ...

Hyundai hints at entry into U.S. truck market

The South Korean-based Hyundai Motor Co. announced this week it is investing $1.8 billion in the next five years into commercial vehicle development, which could include bringing a heavy-duty truck ...

Capacity Trucks debuts new Sabre terminal truck

Capacity Trucks, a maker of terminal trucks for port, intermodal and warehousing applications, announced its new Sabre truck during a press conference at the Technology & Maintenance Council's Annual Meeting ...

Optronics launches SuperLamp technology at TMC

SuperLamp's coating is designed to be highly resistant to petroleum distillates such as ethylene and propylene engine coolants, diesel fuel, battery acids, brake fluids as well as transmission fluid, organic ...

Eaton, Cummins announce more profound powertrain integration push

The Eaton-Cummins SmartAdvantage powertrain has proven to be so successful, that Mike Taylor, Cummins Global Powertrain Manager, says the two companies will be continually refining existing products – and introducing ...

Mack unveils mDrive automated-manual transmission for vocational Mack Granite

Mack Trucks this week introduced a new version of its Mack mDrive automated-manual transmission. The mDrive HD will be standard equipment on the Mack Granite starting in March, the company ...