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Sen. Ben Cardin (D-Md.)

Stressing a need for restoring a critical supply chain corridor in the Northeast, Maryland’s senators urged members of Congress to approve funds for rebuilding the Francis Scott Key Bridge.

Some of the biggest names in shipping are betting billions on tankers to transport a type of ammonia that’s scarcely being produced today, wagering it will become integral to decarbonization.

Swedish startup Enerpoly AB has recruited two former Northvolt executives as it seeks to transform the mundane alkaline battery into an affordable option for the energy-storage industry.

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.

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.

SAN FRANCISCO — The world’s first hydrogen-powered commercial passenger ferry will start operating on San Francisco Bay as part of plans to phase out diesel-powered vessels.

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.

Cleveland-Cliffs plant

Cleveland-Cliffs agreed to buy Canadian steelmaker Stelco Holdings for about $2.8 billion, in the company’s first major move after losing out in its bid for U.S. Steel Corp. last year.

Joe Kay

Are Air Disc Brakes Worth It?

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.

VinFast factory

VinFast Delays North Carolina Plant

VinFast Auto Ltd.’s decision to delay its U.S. factory is the latest challenge to its ambition of becoming a global electric vehicle brand and places further pressure on its sales outlook.

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AutoNation Warns CDK Hack Put a Dent in Quarterly Earnings

AutoNation warned the cyberattack that crippled retailers across the country until early this month cost the company a significant chunk of second-quarter earnings.

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

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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.

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