LACHINE, QC – Trans West’s traffic-stopping Number-100 has eight coats of paint, miles of stainless steel; a 550-hp Cat; leather upholstery and every other grace note you might imagine, including a 5,000-watt surround-sound audio system. But what’s best about the truck is the fleet it’s part of.
CHICAGO, IL – Trailer manufacturer creates online survey to hear how transportation companies will be affected by new greenhouse gas phase II regulations.
Navistar moves away from EGR strategy to SCR, joining its competition and beginning work on building an EPA certified engine.
WASHINGTON — In an effort to clear the air on its requirements for selective catalytic reduction (SCR) engines, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has issued new guidance on the miles and hours a truck can run after the DEF tank runs dry.
ORLANDO, Fla. – The additional cost of running emissions-compliant diesel engines made since 2002 amounts to between 6.7-8.2 cents per mile
Thermo King is ready for 2008 and beyond.
LISLE, IL – Navistar International has announced that it will combine its existing in-cylinder emissions technology with liquid-based aftertreatment.
ALLENTOWN, Pa. — The Mack Pinnacle is the latest new commercial truck to be certified by the U.S. EPA SmartWay program
Little will change from present engines and emissions technologies
WARRENVILLE, Ill. — Navistar reached an agreement with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, which will see the truckmaker’s lawsuit dropped in favour of a public workshop or hearing regarding SCR-equipped diesel engines.
Carrier reefer engines save fuel and meet Tier 4 EPA and CARB standards
STUTTGART, Germany — Selective catalytic reduction (SCR) technology will be the solution to the North American emissions challenge of 2010, says Andreas Renschler.
The EPA’s pig-headed approach to diesel emissions is putting truckers’ financial health at risk. From April 2004