Ontario in final stages of transitioning to NSC 11B for periodic mandatory commercial vehicle inspections
TORONTO, Ont. -- More than 20 years after Ontario first agreed to adopt the NSC 11B standard for periodic mandatory commercial vehicle inspections, the transition is almost complete.
Telematics providing food shippers with better product visibility
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Producers and shippers of food products in the US are likely to be looking for increased visibility of their products as they are transported through the supply chain, when the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) is fully...
Gambling on the future a safe bet, US industry titans tell TCA
LAS VEGAS, Nevada – Despite the uncertain political and economic environment, trucking executives should be excited about their industry’s short term future, according to the heads of three of the largest carriers in North America.
Operating habits can make a lasting difference in fuel economy
Truck, engine and component manufacturers have introduced a long list of vehicle enhancements in the name of saving diesel. Everything from aerodynamic fairings to engine speeds and tires are being tweaked to reduce a truck’s thirst for...
Daimler execs remain optimistic despite drop in new orders
LAS VEGAS, Nev. – Monthly Class 8 truck sales in Canada and in the US have been strong in 2012, showing regular year-over-year growth. However, new truck orders have declined on year-over-year basis in the US for eight consecutive months....