Thursday, January 18, 2018
Equipment
NPTC launches new website

NPTC launches new website

ARLINGTON, Va. — The National Private Truck Council has launched its all-new website, which delivers information about the association, its members and the private fleet community more quickly and effectively.

Bendix Spicer Brake Foundation plant earns growth award

Bendix Spicer Brake Foundation plant earns growth award

ELYRIA, Ohio — Job growth at the Bendix Spicer Foundation Brake (BSFB) wheel-end production facility in Bowling Green, Ky., earned the company a 2011 Business Expansion Award from the Bowling Green Area Chamber of Commerce.

Aerofficient announces permanent side fairings for HD trucking

Aerofficient announces permanent side fairings for HD trucking

GRAPEVILE, Texas — Aerofficient said Tuesday it has begun production of new aerodynamic fixed side fairings for the heavy-duty trucking industry.

Navistar showcases ProStar, TransStar at ATA conference

Navistar showcases ProStar, TransStar at ATA conference

GRAPEVINE, Texas — As North American truck fleet executives gather at the 2011 American Trucking Associations (ATA) Management Conference & Exhibition, Navistar is showcasing several driver-centric features on two of its most popular models--the International(R) ProStar(R)+ and the International TranStar.

New ‘Detroit’ brand set for DTNA powertrain components

New ‘Detroit’ brand set for DTNA powertrain components

DALLAS — The venerable Detroit Diesel brand is no more — though the DD engine line will live on as the leading power plant option for Freightliner and Western Star trucks.

Federal district judge gives go-ahead in Eaton antitrust suit

Federal district judge gives go-ahead in Eaton antitrust suit

A federal district judge in Delaware has given the go-ahead for an anti-trust suit to proceed alleging that major Class 8 truck OEMs conspired to make exclusive arrangements resulting in a monopoly on transmissions for Eaton Corp.

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