Aged Chevy Silverado MD Continues To Slowly Decrease

GM continues to sell down aged inventory of the Chevy Silverado Medium Duty chassis cab truck. As of the end of August, there were 800 units left of the 2020 Silverado MD models and around 2,500 units of the 2021 models left across U.S. Chevy dealers, GM Authority has learned. By comparison, there were 1,000 units and 2,500 units, respectively, at the end of July.
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North American trade deal to boost Canadian logistics

Canada’s truck sector is set for a boost under the US-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), North America’s new trade framework that was implemented mid-way through 2020. For manufacturers, an increase in localisation requirements means that 75% of a vehicle must now originate from North America, up from 62.5% under the original North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). Stiffer localisation rules will benefit domestic suppliers, but could challenge truckmakers that have been more reliant on parts from abroad. Paccar (along with Kenworth and Peterbilt), Mack and Navistar are homegrown brands, and may naturally boast higher supply chain localisation than others.
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Heavy-Duty Trucks Market Competitive Dynamics & Global Outlook 2026

The heavy-duty trucks market is projected to observe tremendous growth over the coming years, majorly due to the rapid expansion of the e-commerce industry across the world. An upsurge in the goods distribution and delivery, as a consequence, has resulted in the growth of heavy-duty trucks demand globally. Apart from...

Fuel Cell Trucks: Key to Hydrogen Economy

(MENAFN - Frost & Sullivan) Fuel Cell Trucks: Key to Hydrogen Economy. The development of hydrogen fuel cells for mobility applications is gaining traction, and given the various public and private sector initiatives to propel hydrogen mobility, there are immense growth opportunities worldwide for fuel cell trucks. Decarbonization imperatives are...

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Podcast: How remote diagnostics and predictive maintenance can deliver major cost-savings for city fleet managers

In the latest SmartCitiesWorld podcast, Luke Antoniou speaks to Cloudera’s Cindy Maike about these empowering technologies. Fleet management and maintenance represent a major cost center for cities around the world. Remote diagnostics and predictive maintenance solutions, however, can help to deliver major savings as well as provide real-time visibility on fleets – from trucks to buses, and other city-run vehicles. To deliver maximum benefit, the solutions need to be powered by advanced data management and analytics systems. The data management challenge is only getting tougher, especially given the proliferation of the connected vehicles and devices that collect the data. Luke Antoniou, senior editor, SmartCitiesWorld, talks to Cindy Maike, vice president of industry solutions and value management, Cloudera.
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Citing ‘emergency’ North Riverside trustees OK new ambulance

The North Riverside Village Board voted 5-0 on Sept. 7 to approve spending a little more than $174,000 to purchase a new ambulance for the fire department after Fire Chief Bob McDermott said the questionable reliability of the department’s two ambulances had reached “the point of an emergency.”. McDermott in...

CGTC diesel program receives equipment donation

The Diesel Equipment Technology program at Central Georgia Technical College (CGTC) recently received a donation of new Navistar diesel engines, toolboxes, and an electronic system trainer from Rush Truck Centers in Macon to help grow the program and meet industry standards. “This is for the students to get their hands...
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Abandoned History: The Navistar eStar, a Very Troubled Electric Van

The plain white van you see here is the subject of our second edition of Abandoned History. Though it was produced and sold domestically as eStar by Navistar, it was actually developed in England years prior. In fact, the story of this electric van begins with the traditional black London taxi.

Heavy Machinery (Large Trucks) Market Pricing Strategy, Industry Latest News, Top Company Analysis, Research Report Analysis and Share by Forecast 2026

The latest Heavy Machinery (Large Trucks) market report guides investors, marketers, businesses, and other stakeholders in making well-informed decisions pertaining to Covid-19 challenges and future proceedings of the industry. The Heavy Machinery (Large Trucks) market report offers an all-inclusive analysis of this industry vertical with emphasis on the key growth...

CGTC Diesel Program Receives Equipment Donation from Rush Truck Centers

Warner Robins, Ga. – The Diesel Equipment Technology program at Central Georgia Technical College (CGTC) recently received a donation of new Navistar diesel engines, toolboxes, and an electronic system trainer from Rush Truck Centers in Macon to help grow the program and meet industry standards. “This is for the students...
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FlowBelow Leverages Aerodynamic Innovation for Sustainability

CLEVELAND — FlowBelow highlighted recent developments from testing to new products Sept. 12 as part of its mission to make a more sustainable planet. The fuel-saving and aerodynamic semitruck kits developer made the presentation at American Trucking Associations’ 2021 Technology & Maintenance Council Fall Meeting & Transportation Technology Exhibition. FlowBelow...

FlowBelow announces several standard wheel cover placements

Jason Morgan is the editor of Fleet Equipment. He has more than 15 years of B2B journalism experience covering the likes of trucking and construction equipment, real estate, movies and craft beer industries. At the 2021 TMC Fall Meeting in Cleveland, FlowBelow announced that its wheel covers will be standard...