Editor at Large
Rolf Lockwood was the founding editor of Today’s Trucking in 1987, and currently serves as the magazine’s editor at large – as well as Newcom’s vice president of editorial. Over his career, Lockwood has established himself as one of the deans of the trucking industry trade press. His honors include the 2012 Lifetime Achievement Award from the Truck Writers of North America, and the 2003 Harvey Southam Lifetime Editorial Achievement Award from the Canadian Business Press. He is also a contributing editor to Heavy Duty Trucking magazine.
September 8, 2010 Vol. 6, No. 18 Well, suddenly there’s some serious and intriguing action at both PeopleNet and Qualcomm/Shaw Tracking. And some useful developments at Mack, also on the communications front. Guess that’s the theme today. But first an […]
April 22, 2009 Vol. 5, No. 8 Montreal in April isn’t quite the same as springtime in Paris, and not just because they speak two different brands of French. You’ll never hear a Parisian say ‘hot dog’ in the middle […]
November 21, 2007 Vol. 3, No. 24 After yet another jaunt across the wide pond, and more tedious airport security checks than a peaceable guy like me should suffer, I can report that interest in alternate fuels and hybrid drivetrains […]
August 2, 2006 Vol. 2, No. 16 After years and years of cajoling, the anti-idling message just never got through. Like many other observers of this game, I can’t figure out why I still see trucks idling away – on […]