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Volvo Group Venture Capital, a subsidiary of Volvo Group, has invested in a firm developing high power wireless charging of electric vehicles. Momentum Dynamics, based in Pennsylvania, is developing and commercializing high power inductive charging for the...
Following a year ago's merger, Hiway and Eskimo Refrigeration will change its name to ColdFront as a feature of the organization's rebranding activity. "By expanding on the inheritance of the Eskimo and Hiway groups and joining them under a solitary brand,...
The U.S. Supreme Court made clear Tuesday that arbitration clauses within independent contractors agreements between fleets and owner-operators aren’t binding under federal law, but the ruling in some aspects is narrow in its scope, said two transportation attorneys interviewed by CCJ. The high court’s...
Kenworth Truck Company and Toyota Motor North America are collaborating to develop 10 zero-emission Kenworth T680s powered by Toyota hydrogen fuel cell electric powertrains. This collaboration is part of a $41 million Zero and Near-Zero Emissions Freight...
Daimler Trucks is coming off a record-setting year, having sold more than half a million trucks globally in 2018. Martin Daum, CEO of Daimler Trucks and Buses, provided a keynote address at a Daimler event at...
Unified Carrier Registration fees for trucking companies, brokers and freight forwarders for 2019, 2020 and beyond have been reduced from 2017 levels so as not to exceed the statutory maximum set by Congress. Registration fees...
This year has been a good one for sellers of used trucks and the early parts of 2019 are forecast to continue that trend. However, J.D. Power Senior Analyst and Product Manager of Commercial Vehicles Valuation Services Chris Visser sees a...
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has cancelled a study meant to gauge the safety aspects of allowing truck drivers to split their on- and off-duty time into segments. The agency’s new — and pressing — move to...
Canadian Trucking Alliance president Stephen Laskowski told media that all commercial semi truck drivers should be required to take mandatory training. Laskowski responded to the Saskatchewan government’s decision to grant farmers an exemption from mandatory entry level training. “Safety is...
The province of Saskatchewan is growing, making perpetual, and fitting its single wide-base tire program with Ontario's with an end goal to enhance inward exchange.  "Our regions are making a move to make a superior exchange condition in Canada...



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