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Peterbilt recently launched a broader rollout of its Prognostics diagnostics software, a senior executive said.

Investigations into the attempted assassination of former President Donald Trump will contribute to an already jam-packed summer agenda on Capitol Hill.

Daimler Truck will take a writedown on the value of its Chinese joint venture due to a persistently weak market in Asia’s largest economy, the German truck manufacturer said July 16.

NHTSA has denied a petition from four individuals asking it to further toughen existing U.S. rear underride guard requirements to a level beyond the strict levels in place in Canada.

Dozens of aging bridges in 16 states will be replaced or improved with the help of $5 billion in federal grants announced July 17 by President Joe Biden’s administration.

Merchandise trade is withstanding its first post-pandemic shock, with no noticeable flareup of global consumer prices. But that’s not guaranteed to last if snarls prove long-lasting.

U.S. shoppers spent $14.2 billion online during Inc.’s 48-hour Prime Day sale, up 11% from a year ago and in line with estimates, according to Adobe Inc.

Ford will invest $3 billion to build its profitable Super Duty F-Series pickup truck at a plant in Ontario, shifting focus at the site after previously delaying plans for an electric SUV.

An alternative vehicle powertrain called an EREV that’s booming in China might hold the answer to encouraging Americans to adopt electric cars and trucks.

Containers at the Port of Los Angeles

West Coast ports are closing out the first half of 2024 with strong trade volumes, boosted by an early peak season, solid consumer spending and threats of strikes at East and Gulf Coast ports.

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Public EV Chargers Set to Surpass Gas Stations in Eight Years

America’s EV charger deserts continued to vanish in the second quarter, as a motley array of networks switched on 704 new, public fast-charging stations, an increase of 9% in three months,

Coke Point Baltimore

Port of Baltimore Terminal to Have $1.54B Impact, Study Finds

The planned Sparrows Point terminal is expected to transform Maryland’s economy over a decade, generating more than 8,000  jobs and adding $1.54 billion a year in economic impact.

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