Wednesday, August 23, 2017
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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.

ATA 'Trends' report: Trucking generated $676.2B in 2016, moves lion's share of freight

ATA 'Trends' report: Trucking generated $676.2B in 2016, moves lion's share of freight

Trucking continues to generate billions as an industry, move the lion’s share of the nation’s freight and employ millions of Americans, including women and minorities.

DTNA’s David Giroux named director, ‘channel marketing,’ Katja Bott steps into his role

DTNA’s David Giroux named director, ‘channel marketing,’ Katja Bott steps into his role

PORTLAND, Ore. — Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) today announced two key transitions in the senior leadership of channel marketing and corporate communications for the company.

Roland Bolduc named National Truck Driving Championships Bendix Grand Champion

Roland Bolduc named National Truck Driving Championships Bendix Grand Champion

ORLANDO, Fla. — The American Trucking Associations has named Roland Bolduc as the Bendix Grand Champion of the 2017 National Truck Driving Championships.

State police across Vermont conducting 'saturation patrols'

State police across Vermont conducting 'saturation patrols'

MONTPELIER, Vt. — State troopers across Vermont are conducting what they're calling "saturation patrols" in the aftermath of a series of crashes that killed eight people in four days, including seven in less than 24 hours.

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