Annual rankings provide an indispensable overview of the largest for-hire carriers in North America, along with timely analysis of trends shaping the industry.
The year-over-year average price of a used Class 8 vehicle fell for the 13th consecutive month in May. Sales at retail outlets held up, while inventories headed down because there was no deluge of equipment flooding the market as a casualty of the COVID-19 pandemic, ACT Research reported.
Energy Transfer LP said it’s not making any moves to empty its Dakota Access oil pipeline after a judge July 6 ordered the conduit shut while a more robust environmental review is conducted.
Daimler AG CEO Ola Kallenius will widen cost cuts to shore up returns, even as the German manufacturer signaled demand for cars and trucks has started to recover from the most dramatic slump in decades.
United Airlines Holdings Inc. notified 36,000 employees, or 45% of its U.S. workforce, that their jobs are at risk after federal payroll aid expires at the end of September.
As America grapples with the coronavirus and daily life is altered, the nation's truck drivers are among those who are risking their personal health and doing the hard work to keep products moving. And their effort is being recognized. Here are some examples.
American Trucking Associations Chief Economist Bob Costello will discuss how trucking has weathered the COVID-19 pandemic to kick off a new video interview series from Transport Topics on July 9 called Newsmakers. Register now.
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Oil’s recent rally has hit a ceiling, with U.S. crude inventories holding near a record high and gasoline demand still at the weakest seasonal level in more than 20 years.
Tesla Inc.’s new Shanghai plant has churned out super-popular Model 3 electric sedans for the past six months, catapulting the company atop the sales chart and piling the pressure on cash-strapped local rivals. There was another casualty last week.