ATLANTA — The appointment of Stacy Earnhardt as next chairman of American Trucking Associations’ Technology & Maintenance Council is a natural step in a lifetime spent around trucks and trucking.
ATLANTA — Stacy Earnhardt took the reins as general chairman of American Trucking Associations’ Technology & Maintenance Council here Feb. 26 at the closing banquet of TMC’s annual meeting and emphasized the importance of not only recruiting, but also supporting a new generation of diesel technicians.
While new technology is driving trucking forward, the industry still needs the expertise of service professionals to keep tomorrow’s equipment running smoothly.
ATLANTA — Six months after winning a bronze medal in the Heavy Vehicle Technology division at the World Skills competition, Ryan Meppelink received a rousing ovation at American Trucking Associations’ Technology & Maintenance Council annual meeting Feb. 24.
ATLANTA — Key executives from global commercial vehicle supplier Meritor Inc. and trailer manufacturer Wabash National Corp. said evolution and revolution are happening simultaneously in the trucking industry — and it is their job to keep track of both at once.
ATLANTA — Chevron Products Co. rolled out a new 53-foot educational trailer and a mock, walk-through diesel particulate filter designed to showcase the value of its new heavy-duty engine oil whose low-ash content is meant to reduce the clogging typical in a DPF.
ATLANTA — E-Smart is expanding the fleet-management capabilities available for its intelligent speed-management system as the business moves forward as a stand-alone company.
ATLANTA — The Technology & Maintenance Council of American Trucking Associations recognized several industry leaders and professionals with awards for their service on Feb. 26 during the council’s 2020 annual meeting.