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(Sendout Date - April 14, 2014) - TORONTO, ON — Wandering amidst hundreds of exhibitors spread around 300,000 square feet of exhibition space, visitors to last week's Truck World 2014 show seemed like a pretty happy bunch.

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(Sendout Date - April 07, 2014) - ARLINGTON, VA — Imagine a time when safety regulators can automatically gather the information they need about trucks, drivers and carriers without ever stopping a single vehicle. It's closer than you might think. 

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(Sendout Date - March 31, 2014) -

COLUMBUS, IN — The average selling price for Class 8 trucks reached just over $44,400 in February 2014, rising for a second month in a row and setting a new high, but the trend is expected to cool, according to ACT Research.

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(Sendout Date - March 24, 2014) - VANCOUVER, BC — Port Metro Vancouver's container truckers stand defiant in the face of back-to-work legislation, expected sometime this week. On Friday at noon, they held a rally in downtown Vancouver.  The port is working at less than 50 perce...
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(Sendout Date - March 17, 2014) - VANCOUVER, BC — Container truckers at Port Metro Vancouver dashed hopes that their strike would end over the weekend when they raised concerns about a 14-point proposal meant to address their labor issues. The two-and-a-half week long labor dispute continues on Monday because the truckers were told they would get no answers until they return...
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(Sendout Date - March 10, 2014) - VANCOUVER, BC — Unionized truck drivers at Port Metro Vancouver rejected a tentative return-to-work agreement on Saturday and are now joining thousands of non-union drivers in protest. 
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(Sendout Date - March 03, 2014) - TORONTO, ON — There's been a shake-up in the ranks of the biggest Canadian fleets. It's no surprise to see TransForce still at the head of the Top 100 list, but some big players, such as Vitran are missing.
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(Sendout Date - February 24, 2014) -  LISLE, IL — Navistar has too much excess engine manufacturing capacity in North America, according to Jack Allen, Navistar's COO.  "We must take action to reduce our costs and improve business," Allen says.  To do that, th...
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(Sendout Date - February 17, 2014) - INDIANAPOLIS, IN — The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMSCA) announced that it's about to establish a driver drug-and-alcohol central database w...
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(Sendout Date - February 10, 2014) - OTTAWA, ON — If you're a carrier who's thinking of shifting to natural gas trucks or want to know more about it, you may be interested in these six upcoming workshops.  Throughout the month of February, s
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(Sendout Date - February 03, 2014) - NEENAH, WI — The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration's (FMCSA) confused some Canadian carriers when it announced that commercial drivers are required to have medical certificates for another year. What should Canada-based carriers do to address the U.S. rule? And what does it mean now that the rule’s been delayed? The answer is...
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(Sendout Date - January 27, 2014) - PORTLAND, OR — After 20 years working for Daimler Trucks North America,  
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