One way trucking can deal with topsy-turvy supply chains created by the coronavirus pandemic is to rely more on digital tools such as Uber Freight and Omnitracs.
While parts of the trucking and e-commerce industries experienced a surge in business as the coronavirus pandemic reached the U.S., the economic malaise is setting in.
Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas explains 10 ways the coronavirus pandemic is changing the transportation industry and truck and car sales.
GMC wants to separate itself in the auto market by positioning the brand as a premium seller of pickup trucks and SUVs
Electric car and truck builder Tesla Inc. now has a stock market valuation bigger than rival automakers Ford and General Motors combined.
The U.S. Postal Service said it will award $6 billion in contracts for the next generation mail truck later this year.
Americans continued to gravitate to pickup trucks last year, with the Ram brand growing quickly and knocking the Chevrolet Silverado down a notch.
Toyota executive Bill Fay explains how the automaker is transitioning to a market dominated by truck and SUV sales.
Honda sales chief Steven Center explains why the Honda Ridgeline is a pickup truck and what the automaker’s truck strategy is moving forward.
Workhorse Group, a bidder on the $6.3 billion USPS mail truck contract, will buy certain assets from bid partner, VT Hackney; says relationship inactive.