Daimler Trucks North America, the largest manufacturer of big rigs in the U.S. said it has appointed Roger Nielson to be the company’s new president and chief executive.
Truck maker Paccar is making Bendix collision avoidance systems standard on some of its Peterbilt and Kenworth big rigs. The company made the announcement Wednesday at the Mid-America Trucking Show.
A division of trucking giant XPO Logistics has reached a settlement agreement with the National Labor Relations Board over unfair labor practice charges filed by truck drivers at the Port of Savannah.
Mitsubishi Fuso announced plans at the 2017 Work Truck Show in Indianapolis to bring a new line of electric work trucks to the North American market.
Chevrolet will partner with Navistar to build its all-new Class 4/5 commercial truck that will be powered with Duramax engines and Allison transmissions.
Intel’s purchase of Israeli company Mobileye puts the Santa Clara, Calif., tech giant in the market for self-driving truck and big-rig safety technology.
Chevrolet is adding a new low cab forward medium-duty commercial truck that will make its debut at the NTEA Work Truck Show next week in Indianapolis.
Truckers fighting for collective bargaining say they have faced retaliation – and termination in some cases – by carriers for filing complaints with the National Labor Relations Board and for participating in lawful labor strikes.
UPS and Workhorse Group have teamed up to develop an autonomous delivery drone designed to deliver packages to remote and difficult to reach locations. UPS tested its new HorseFly UAV Delivery system in Florida on Monday.
A 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals panel recently ruled that individual truck buyers’ antitrust claims can move forward against transmission maker Eaton Corp.