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The turnover rate at truckload armadas with more than $30 million income rose 5 rate focuses to 83% in the principal quarter of 2019, the American Trucking Associations said Wednesday. That was lower than a year ago’s normal rate of 89% and 11 underneath a year sooner. For littler truckload transporters, the rate tumbled to […]

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The Chinese tech hub of Shenzhen is taking a leadership role in deploying electrical logistical vehicles for urban freight movement, setting an example for other cities worldwide, a report said on Monday. The study was released by the Rocky Mountain Institute, which promotes sustainability around the world. “In the last three years, nearly 60,000 light […]

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Ontario and Quebec presented a speed-limiter program for trucks 10 years prior, setting the most extreme speed for rock solid vehicles at 105 km/h, or 65 mph. Presently the United States needs to go with the same pattern in the midst of a sharp ascent in deadly mishaps including huge trucks. Two U.S. legislators have […]

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Mullen Group has announced the acquisition of Argus Carriers and Inter-Urban Delivery Service, logistics companies operating in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia. Argus, founded in 1948, operates a fleet of 57 trucks and 46 trailers providing general freight services including. Inter-Urban, founded in 1974, operates 43 trucks and 26 trailers focusing on critical same-day […]

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New Class 8 truck requests stayed curbed in June, with FTR announcing starter requests of 13,000 units and ACT Research detailing 13,100. FTR reports requests were up 24% from May, however keep on following great underneath 20,000 units. June finished up the weakest half year begin to a year since 2010. Armadas are presently moving […]

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Kenworth has finished a $2.6-million rebuilding of its Montreal vendor in Saint-Laurent. The two-story, 31,000 sq.- ft. building highlights huge sliding entryways that help the indoor showroom and truck show. The driver’s parlor has portable dividers, which permits adaptability in room arrangement and expanded space for client occasions, the organization said. “Our new-look vendor isn’t […]

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Ontario has acquainted the most recent updates with the loads and measurements connected to Safe, Productive, and Infrastructure-Friendly (SPIF) vehicles. Starting at July 1, Regulation 413/05 dispensed with the unique vehicle arrangement licenses required to work long-wheelbase tractors, lƒand trailers furnished with brilliant lift axles. The ongoing changes broaden a similar tire weight recompenses to […]

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Despite ongoing challenges against its root court decision, lawmakers in California are pressing forward with a bill that its opponents say threatens the traditional owner-operator model in the state. The legislation, AB-5, passed the state’s General Assembly last month and now heads to the California Senate, where lawmakers are expected to take up the bill […]

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Trucking issues remain high on the agenda of Canada’s premiers, who met in Saskatchewan this week to discuss transportation safety, economic growth and competitiveness, immigration, reducing barriers to internal trade, and strategic infrastructure. The premiers announced they are committed to adopting a minimum national entry-level training standard by 2021. Relatedly, they also announced the provinces are […]

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Mack Trucks debuted the Anthem in 2017 with hopes the tractor would become the on-highway truck that the Mack Pinnacle struggled to become. To-date, Anthem sales have pushed Mack’s long haul marketshare upwards and over 2 percent year-to-date. Having already delivered more than 12,000 Anthem tractors since its debut nearly two years ago, Mack’s Director […]

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