RACINE, Wisc. – The interest in truck-mounted concrete pumps continues to grow in the push for ever-higher productivity gains on modern construction sites. Maybe you could call these the boom times.
ST PAUL, Minn. – The market for commercial trucks remains strong, buoyed by factors including a strong construction sector, and Mack Trucks now forecasts a North American market for 325,000 Class 8 units this year.
TORONTO, Ont. -- It might be presumptive to call it a movement, but some owner-operators and small fleets are turning to (significantly) older iron rather than the typical five-year-old, million-kilometer used truck.
BOULDER, Colo – Navistar International has a vision for the future of its dealer and aftermarket experience -- and it means transforming everything from parts distribution to customer interactions.
EDMONTON, Alta. -- When the Alberta Zero-Emissions Truck Electrification Collaboration (AZETEC) project begins next year, the two 140,000-pound B-train tractor-trailers to be used in the test will be driven by Dana's Spicer Electrified e-Propulsion systems with TM4 SUMO HP motor-inverters.
by John G. Smith
by Jim Park
John G. Smith
Kim E. Stoll