General Motors Co. and the United Auto Workers have reached a tentative agreement on a new contract, and the union will decide Oct. 17 whether to continue a more than monthlong strike while the deal is voted on by members.
U.S. retail sales of Class 4 through Class 7 trucks rose 5.8% in September compared with a year earlier, and included large gains in Freightliner sales of Class 7 vehicles.
SAN DIEGO — American Trucking Associations announced that Utility Trailer Manufacturing Co. will be the exclusive trailer sponsor for the federation’s Heroes Truck workforce development program.
The New York utility owner that’s gone head-to-head with Gov. Andrew Cuomo over a new natural gas pipeline has a backup plan for easing a winter supply crunch: send the fuel by truck.
There are almost as many places to charge your electric vehicle in Beijing as there are in the entire United States.
Kurt Nagle left the helm of the American Association of Port Authorities on Oct. 16, retiring as its president and CEO after serving the organization for more than three decades.
FTR reported preliminary U.S. trailer orders hit 19,000 in September, calling it a rebound and the highest tally since February.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is seeking comments on an advanced notice of proposed rulemaking that could lead to camera-based, rear-visibility systems replacing mirrors on heavy trucks and cars.
The U.S. average retail price of diesel rose by 0.4 cent to $3.051 a gallon, the Department of Energy reported Oct. 15, breaking a three-week decline.
PALM BEACH, Fla. — As the market slows, trailer dealers need to pay closer attention to customer relations, inventory management, accounts receivables and employees, an industry consultant said.