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Trucking continued to deal with a high number of cargo thefts during the third quarter as criminals take advantage of the tighter economy.
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Aviation experts who examined the Federal Aviation Administration’s safety record say the agency needs better staffing, equipment and tech to manage a surge in close calls between planes.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Torc Robotics is fine-tuning its technology and laying the foundation for autonomous fleet operations as it targets a 2027 market launch for its virtual driver product.
Now is the time for fleets to meet the challenge of complying with next year’s CARB regulations, a panelist said during a virtual Volvo Trucks regulatory workshop.
The Energy Department is pushing to strengthen the U.S. battery supply chain, announcing up to $3.5 billion for companies that produce batteries and the critical minerals that go into them.
UPS Inc. just opened its largest warehouse, and plans to fill the $79 million facility with more than 3,000 robots by next year to handle tasks like lifting and reduce the need for manual labor.
Third-quarter losses at Hyzon Motors Inc. increased to $41 million from $25 million in the year-ago period as the Class 8 hydrogen FCEV manufacturer eyes the start of serial production.November 14, 2023
DP World Plc is struggling to work through a backlog of 30,000 shipping containers piled up at ports across Australia as the company resumes operations after a cyberattack.