Complete coverage of the 2019 Technology & Maintenance Council annual meeting at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, March 17-21, 2019.
Representatives of YRC Worldwide and the Teamsters union have reached a tentative agreement on terms of a new labor contract and agreed to extend the current agreement through May 31 to finalize a deal.
A.P. Moller-Maersk A/S is about to conduct the shipping industry’s biggest test yet of biofuel as it seeks to cut emissions and meet its target of becoming carbon-neutral by 2050.
The prices U.S. producers get for their exports in Latin America and Canada rose this year, relative to the cost of goods imported to the United States, the Bureau of Labor Statistics said March 21. At the same time, prices for American-made goods sold in China and Japan fell.
It’s not a closely guarded secret in trucking that if you speed on Indiana interstates, you risk getting pulled over by a state trooper. It’s been that way for a long time, according to Steve Bryan, president of data-crunching firm Vigillo.
Turkey’s Yilport Holding AS is in advanced talks to buy a container terminal in Long Beach, Calif., a deal that would value the facility at close to $2 billion, people with knowledge of the matter said.
The deluge that devastated so much of the Midwest over the last week could be a preview for one of the worst years for flooding in the United States, according to federal weather officials.
U.S. trailer orders keep on coming and hit the mid-20,000s in February — contending for positions in an already jammed backlog, analysts reported.
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Look back at photos from American Trucking Associations' 2019 Technology & Maintenance Council annual meeting at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, March 17-21.
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Demand for Tesla Inc’s Model 3 sedan is expected to remain soft in the United States until the release of the lower-priced $35,000 model next quarter, Cowen analyst Jeffrey Osborne said.
Policymakers make their way back to Capitol Hill after a weeklong spring recess to continue to stitch together the provisions for a comprehensive infrastructure bill they want to pass by August.