With an eye to changing patterns of commerce, Volvo Trucks North America and Navistar’s International division both unveiled regional semi-truck models for the North American Market at ExpoCam, Canada’s largest truck trade show.
Move For Hunger, a trucking industry non-profit fights food waste and hunger through an elaborate network of moving companies dedicated to feeding the hungry in North America.
A trial is scheduled for April 25 to decide damages owed to truckers after carrier Central Refrigerated Service Inc. misclassified them as independent contractors.
A military veteran was allegedly denied employment by carrier CRST for requesting that his service dog be allowed to ride in truck with him.
Sixteen zero-emission shuttle buses will be used at the LA airport for WallyPark, making it the first all-electric airport parking depot in the U.S.
Swift Transportation Co. is appealing a federal district court ruling that said the giant carrier improperly classified five of its drivers as independent contractors rather than employees.
The turnover rate at large carriers dropped 10 percentage points to 71 percent in the fourth quarter of 2016, the American Trucking Associations’ quarterly Trucking Activity Report said. Driver turnover has dropped for four straight months among large carriers.
Courier service Hermes will start using the emission-free Mercedes-Benz Sprinter and Vito vans with electric drive in its daily operations in early 2018 as part of a pilot program in Hamburg and Stuttgart, Germany.
Nissan North America Inc. is recalling 56,766 of its 2013-2014 Murano SUVs to fix a power steering hose.
Trucking companies have until April 6 to comply with the training provision of the FDA’s Sanitary Transportation of Human and Animal Food rule, but with less than two weeks before the compliance date, the federal agency has yet to post its training module.