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Meritor Inc. announced a 2019 aftermarket training series. The global aftermarket supplier will host more than 12 regional training events in the United States and Canada, offering support for parts, sales and service employees.
Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores has opened locations in Texas and Ohio, according to a Dec. 13 press release. Combined, the locations add 201 truck parking spaces and 137 jobs.
The threat of a partial government shutdown that would ensnare transportation programs looms as congressional Republicans and Democrats continue to disagree about President Donald Trump’s funding request for a wall along the U.S. border with Mexico.
Molex announced the next evolution of its 10 Gbps Automotive Ethernet Network Platform designed to support OEMs in the development and design of autonomous vehicles.
Volvo Trucks announced on Dec. 12 that Roger Alm will take over leadership of its global operations on Jan. 1, 2019, replacing Claes Nilsson, who is retiring.
Daniel Studdard calls the northern roadway approach to Atlanta a “no man’s land” for truck drivers searching for a place to park their rigs.
Sunniva Inc. has acquired LTYR Logistics, a California-based cannabis distribution company headquartered in San Diego, according to a Sunniva news release.
Freight-services provider Alliant Energy Transportation will acquire freight-management company Business Transportation Solutions, according to a Dec. 11 press release. The purchase follows AET’s acquisition of Hybrid Transit Solutions in October.
Sensing the impetus for considering a long-term infrastructure funding bill when the new Congress convenes in less than a month, key House and Senate policymakers have started to outline proposals for what would be a massive piece of legislation.