Friday, December 14, 2018
GREEN BAY, Wisc. – Schneider declared it has finished its intend to get all suspension proprietorship house, with the buy of in excess of 15,000 multi-purpose holder undercarriage in the course of the most recent four years. The organization feels...
BELLEVILLE, Ont. – After 90 years in business, Meyers Transport reported that it will stop its LTL operations not long from now. The news of the conclusion came before the end of last week and will produce full results Jan....
John Deere Canada and Home Hardware Stores were the winners of the Private Motor Truck Council of Canada (PMTC) Fleet Safety Awards. The awards were presented at the PMTC’s annual meeting. John Deere won in the small fleet category. It operates...
TORONTO, Ont. – TransCore Link Logistics’ Canadian and cross-border loads showed another impressive month for load volumes. According to the data, January’s load volumes marked the second highest recorded volumes compared to the same month in any year. The record for highest...
TORONTO, Ont. – The Canadian Trucking Alliance (CTA) is appreciating the Canadian Food and Inspection Agency's (CFIA) plan to innovate the principles for transporting livestock, yet concerns stay over specific parts of the proposed regulations. One key dispute raised by the CTA...
Volvo has reviewed certain VNL, VNM and VNX truck models worked in the vicinity of 2012 and 2016 for an issue with the electronic air dryer that could permit oil and water to debase the slowing mechanism. The review influences...
STUTTGART, Germany – Mercedes-Benz unveiled its new Sprinter van that is going to be released in early 2018. Mercedes-Benz called it “the perfect solution to a new era of digital solutions” and told how it is developed. The head of...
It’s been bandied about for some time inside industry hovers that there may simply be an excessive number of trucks out and about right now contrasted with the level of cargo request; a reason referred to by more than...
The best stretch in truck order history is going to continue likely through this year and well into next, analysts said last week at the ACT Research seminar in Columbus, Indiana. The big question now, says Kenny Vieth, president...
TORONTO – Following last month’s robust load volumes, TransCore Link Logistics’ Canadian and cross-border loads expectedly subdued in April, down 19 percent over March. The dip follows an April trend first observed in 2011. However, April’s load volumes were markedly...

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