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Auto sales to end on high notes

Automotive analysts are expecting strong sales of vehicles in December this year as compared to December, 2011.The sale are likely to be up by 10-14% against a year ago period in December. As per research site Truecar.com, car and light duty truck sales for December are likely to go up by 10.3% as compared to […]

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Volvo raises annual forecast for European heavy duty truck market

April 27, 2012: Volvo AB, the truck maker, has announced of having raised its annual forecast for European heavy duty truck market on Thursday, due to rise in demand for trucks in the first quarter after experiencing a downfall in the last three months. The company has received orders for nearly 23,400 trucks from Europe […]

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Tow Truck Operators learn Towing and Recovering Vehicles through Crash Course

April 3, 2012: A crash course in recovering wrecked vehicles witnessed enrolment of over a dozen tow truck operators on Saturday in Pittsylvania County. The two days of intermediate instruction in towing and recovery was provided in the class by David Bouvia, who is an instructor for WreckMaster. The WreckMaster is a company in Lewiston, […]

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Daimler may Increase Stake in Russian Truck Manufacturer KamAZ

March 20, 2012: The largest heavy-duty vehicle maker of the world, Daimler AG is looking forward to increase its stake in the Russian truck making company OAO KamAZ (KMAZ). This move by the Daimler AG is with the motive to achieve the target of increasing the sales by 64% by the decade-end. According to Andreas […]

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Big Shippers Ask for Using Heavier Trucks on U.S. Highways

February 20, 2012: In order to speed the goods to market, the big shippers want the much heavier trucks to be used on US highways. However, the critics are of the opinion that using the much heavier trucks carrying nearly 50 tons each would disfigure the already collapsing national network of roads and bridges. The […]

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Daimler & China’s Beiqi to Start New $1 Billion Truck Venture

February 20, 2012: The Beijing-based spokesperson for Daimler AG, Anthea Wang said that Daimler with its Chinese partner Beiqi Foton Motor Co. will be investing in a new truck making venture in China. The amount of investment will be 6.35 billion Yuan, which is actually US $1 billion. In order to operate the new partnership, […]

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Frito-Lay Electric to Rollout Electric Trucks in Orlando

PepsiCo’s Frito-lay North America is all set to roll out 10 new electric trucks next year in Orlando. This year, the Frito-Lay will be deploying total 176 electric trucks in the U.S and Canada. January 3, 2012: PepsiCo’s Frito-Lay North America is expected to manufacture 10 new electric trucks in Orlando next year, which will […]

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GM to Retool Full-size Truck Plants to Produce New Silverado

With the new full-size GM truck platform drawing nearer, the General Motors is planning to retool its three full-size truck assembly plants that will be building the new truck platform. GM will be spending around $928 million on retooling three plants in Indiana, Michigan and Texas. This whole retooling process will take over a period […]

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OOIDA Members Offered with $1,000 Rebate by Kenworth Trucks

Kenworth Trucks Company made an announcement of extending a successful rebate program with the Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association (OOIDA) through 2012. The rebate program was introduced 10 years ago. This program offers a $1,000 rebate to OOIDA members on purchasing new Kenworth sleeper trucks. OOIDA members have purchased over 7,300 Kenworth trucks during that period […]

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Commercial Truckers are Concerned about the Closure of Duke Point

Commercial truckers are concerned about the closure of Duke Point terminal as it may reduce capacity. The commercial truckers are keeping eyes over the BC Ferries and the management of the traffic after the closure of the Duke Point terminal in Nanaimo. The Duke Point terminal is damaged due to MV Coastal Inspiration crashed into […]

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