Sunday, May 20, 2018
Equipment
Delo new synthetic HD lubricant can deliver up to 4.5% fuel economy improvement

Delo new synthetic HD lubricant can deliver up to 4.5% fuel economy improvement

DALLAS – Chevron Products Co., a Chevron U.S.A. Inc. division, maker of the Delo brand of technologically advanced engine oils, lubricants and coolants, today unveiled its new Delo 400 LE Synthetic SAE 5W-30 at the Great American Trucking Show here.

Michelin introduces new X Line Energy D tire, calls it ‘win-win-win’ solution

Michelin introduces new X Line Energy D tire, calls it ‘win-win-win’ solution

DALLAS – Michelin Sept. 1 is officially introducing its new X Line Energy D tire, a “win-win-win” solution for over-the-road truckers because it’s more energy efficient, provides unmatched traction in all types of driving conditions and yields prolonged wear with a dual tread compound, Michelin spokespersons said Thursday, Aug. 23 here at the Great American Trucking Show.

Meritor Wabco highlights ‘serious business’ of innovation

Meritor Wabco highlights ‘serious business’ of innovation

TROY, Mich. — Showcasing the latest advancements in integrated truck safety technology and efficiency systems, Meritor Wabco brought together more than 25 fleets and industry media for a hands-on event at the Michigan Proving Grounds Aug. 14-16.

Volvo Trucks opening new Maryland assembly line

Volvo Trucks opening new Maryland assembly line

HAGERSTOWN, Md. — Swedish truck maker AB Volvo is adding 50 jobs in Hagerstown with the opening of a new, $8 million assembly line.

Xata Corp. changing name to XRS

Xata Corp. changing name to XRS

MINNEAPOLIS — Xata Corp. on Monday announced the company is changing its name to XRS Corp. and introduced what the company called a “revolutionary” all-mobile platform of the same name for trucking compliance, performance and fleet optimization.

Class 8 trucks sales drop for 2nd straight month

Class 8 trucks sales drop for 2nd straight month

To the surprise of virtually no one in the trucking industry, Class 8 truck sales declined in July.

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