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November 17, 2023
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HW Electro's Puzzle EV cargo van was designed with three stakeholders in mind: the owner, the driver, and all of society.

Witness the dawn of a legend with the new Peterbilt Model 589. The ultimate reward and premium work truck.

This week in good trucking news: XPO workers build a bus hut for kids, and the U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree stops at Kenworth's Chillicothe plant.

Toll roads are a $5 billion annual challenge for trucking companies. Granted, they may offer quicker routes, but they also create administrative work that takes a toll on a fleet’s operational efficiency. If managing tolls is diverting your staff from more important dispatch and accounting functions, then it’s time to consider using a service that will save you time and money.

Eaton Cummins' new Endurant XD series is now available in Mexico and Latin America. As part of the Cummins integrated powertrain, it can be paired with the Cummins X15 engine on Kenworth T680 and T880 models.

From light- and medium-duty vehicles to paratransit buses and delivery trucks, propane autogas can help you save money and lower emissions for your fleet. Learn more about how propane is the environmentally friendly energy for fleet owners.

NMFTA celebrates its first female leader, while Mercedes-Benz Trucks prepares for new leadership in 2024.

Train drivers at whatever pace works best for them. Level up your driver training with CarriersEdge.

Vertical Cold Storage recently broke ground on a new multi-modal distribution center in Kansas City, Missouri, expected to open in 2024.

Register for Work Truck Week 2024 and join thousands of commercial vehicle industry professionals in Indianapolis to see the latest products from exhibitors, gain insights from educational sessions and connect with peers at special events.

"There isn’t anything that looks like salvation," but some leadership teams are ready to take back some price.
Leaders from the Daimler Truck subsidiary shared how the company plans to scale its autonomous truck technology this decade. Freightliner fleet customers will be able to spec Torc Robotics tech on Cascadias in coming years.