Wednesday, September 20, 2017
The Nation
HELP Inc. CEO Karen Rasmussen recipient of Bob Halladay Award

HELP Inc. CEO Karen Rasmussen recipient of Bob Halladay Award

PHOENIX — Karen Rasmussen, president and CEO of HELP Inc. is the 2017 recipient of the prestigious J. R. “Bob” Halladay Award from the Trucking Associations Executive Council (TAEC).

Rommel Garcia of Houston Police Department wins CVSA Grand Champion Award

Rommel Garcia of Houston Police Department wins CVSA Grand Champion Award

ORLANDO, Fla. — Fifty-one commercial motor vehicle inspectors representing jurisdictions throughout North America gathered in Orlando, Florida, last month to compete in the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance’s (CVSA) 25th annual North American Inspectors Championship (NAIC), the only event dedicated to testing, recognizing and awarding commercial motor vehicle inspector excellence.

CFI appoints Greg Orr to senior VP, sales and operations

CFI appoints Greg Orr to senior VP, sales and operations

JOPLIN, Mo. — CFI, a North American full-truckload carrier and division of TFI International Inc., has appointed Greg Orr to the position of senior vice president, sales and operations, reporting to CFI President Tim Staroba.

Drivewyze weigh station bypass provided in North Dakota

Drivewyze weigh station bypass provided in North Dakota

DALLAS — The Drivewyze weigh station bypass service is now being provided in North Dakota, marking the first debut of a fully operational weigh station bypass program in the state, according to a Drivewyze news release.

Tennessee jury finds Navistar ‘committed fraud’ regarding Maxxforce engines; OEM to fight verdict

Tennessee jury finds Navistar ‘committed fraud’ regarding Maxxforce engines; OEM to fight verdict

JACKSON, Tenn. — A jury in Jackson, Tennessee, last Thursday found that Navistar Inc. committed fraud and violated the Tennessee Consumer Practice Act in connection with the sale of 243 Navistar International Prostars with Maxxforce engines, but the OEM plans to fight the verdict, noting dismissal of claims of fraud in courts in Texas, Wisconsin, Michigan, Indiana, Alabama, and Illinois.

On-highway diesel moves up 1.7 cents a gallon to $2.598

On-highway diesel moves up 1.7 cents a gallon to $2.598

On-highway diesel prices continued their upward trek today, moving up 1.7 cents a gallon to $2.598 for the national average, the federal Energy Information Administration (EIA) reported.

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