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Roland Bolduc at 2024 New England TDC

FedEx driver Roland Bolduc of Connecticut has become synonymous with winning at NTDC. This year in Indianapolis, he's setting his sights on grand championship No. 3.

In choosing brake systems for a commercial fleet, there’s no wrong answer whether air disc brakes are a right fit versus drum brakes. There are plenty of advantages for both.

U.S. Class 8 retail sales experienced their 11th consecutive month of year-over-year declines in June, according to data from Wards Intelligence.

Two trucking industry trade groups are criticizing a report issued by members of a specially appointed federal committee on trailer side underride protection as lacking in true consensus.

The Federal Maritime Commission has opened a follow-up investigation involving the right of motor carrier choice in chassis provisioning.

Thirty-five-year industry veteran Kenneth Eggen oversees "cradle to grave" management of Wolf River Express' vehicle assets as the company's chief operating officer.

LAS VEGAS — Hexagon Agility and Brudeli announced a collaboration and unveiled the Brudeli Powerhybrid, the first near-zero-emission vehicle that complies with California’s ACT and ACF rules.

Working closely with FMCSA, several industry groups are updating and expanding much-­needed technical and outreach information regarding advanced ­driver assistance systems.

Tesla is postponing its planned robotaxi unveiling to October to allow teams working on the project more time to build additional prototypes, according to people familiar with the decision.

Mack Trucks assembly plant

North American Class 8 truck orders ended three months of year-over-year gains in June, according to ACT Research. Preliminary data showed orders fell 12% to 14,800 units.

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Truck Mirror Shortage Hinders Navistar Second-Quarter Sales

Navistar truck and bus sales in the second quarter of 2024 slumped 31% year-over-year, partly as a result of a shortage of truck mirrors, parent company Traton said July 10.

Anthony Marshall of UPS

ROTATE Recap: Knowing The ‘What’ & ‘Why’ of Data

Anthony Marshall, UPS’ vice president of maintenance and engineering for transportation fleet, provides insight on how fleet maintenance leaders should focus on the big picture of tire management.

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Let’s Get Optimistic About Logistics

A theme has emerged in the logistics industry. It’s optimism. And this type of optimism is contagious.

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J.B. Hunt truck

Soft market conditions in 2023 placed financial strain on many of the largest for-hire trucking companies in North America. 

NTDC 2024

Complete coverage of the 2024 National Truck Driving Championships and Step Van Driving Championships, as well as the state events that served as qualifiers.

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    Annual rankings provide an indispensable overview of the largest for-hire carriers in North America, along with timely analysis of trends shaping the industry.

  • 2024 Top 100 Logistics

    A unique ranking of the third-party logistics companies in North America includes listings of the largest freight brokerage firms, freight forwarders, warehouse operators and dedicated contract carriage service providers.

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    Key data on revenue and freight assets for the 50 largest global freight companies.

  • 2023 Top 100 Private Carriers Cover

    Beverage and food service fleets dominate the top spots in this comprehensive rundown of private carriers in North America, ranked by number of tractors.

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Electric vehicle charging

The trucking industry cited total cost of ownership as its top concern for 2024, Shell Fleet Solutions and NAFA Fleet Management Association found in a survey June 27.

Volvo assembly

WASHINGTON — The Biden administration is awarding $2 billion in grants for EV manufacturing and assembly sites owned by GM, Fiat Chrysler, Volvo and other vehicle makers in eight states.

Pepsi bottles

PepsiCo reported higher-than-expected earnings in the second quarter but customer demand for its snacks and drinks continued to slip.