2017 North American Commercial Vehicle Show Live Blog
Let this page be your what's-happening-right-now guide to NACV 2017. Our live blog will capture photos, videos, tweets and latest headlines from the exhibit hall, press conferences and group sessions.October 2, 2017
Daimler, Volvo Execs Praise Inaugural NACV Show
ATLANTA — North American executives from Daimler Trucks and Volvo Group offered an early post-event endorsement of the North American Commercial Vehicle Show just ended.October 2, 2017
Inaugural NACV Draws Top Fleet Execs, Praise
ATLANTA — North American truck makers and their customers wrapped up the first of a new option for shopping for and even buying Class 8s, with manufacturers producing large, elaborate displays for a limited number of high-probability buyers: top fleet executives.September 28, 2017
Editorial: The First Swing at Bat
The inaugural North American Commercial Vehicle Show was marked by big swings from truck manufacturers, both in terms of their displays, and in what they had to say.September 28, 2017
Graco Unveils Electric Grease Jockey Pump
ATLANTA — To provide an alternative to manual lubrication, Graco Inc. unveiled its new electric grease jockey pump at the inaugural North American Commercial Vehicle Show.
Lots of Rapid Change Seen for Trucking, Truck Making
ATLANTA — While trucking and truck making have changed significantly since deregulation in 1980 and even during this century, there will be no period of stasis and consolidation for the industry, as more change is expected quickly, executives said.September 28, 2017
Benefiting from a Stronger Financial Position, Accuride Introduces New Wheel Bearing System
ATLANTA — Accuride introduced a product developed by a company it acquired in February of this year, a move indicative of the company’s growth strategy with the backing of its private equity ownership and stronger financial position it enjoys since returning to private ownership late last year.
Trucker Buddy Announces New Leadership
ATLANTA — A popular nonprofit that has helped educate more than one million students about the life of truck drivers, as well as their experiences transporting freight, recently announced a management change at the top.