Companies enable integration to provide visibility into service and repair events for all makes and models of commercial vehicles through the industry’s largest dealer network.
Volvo Group Venture Capital AB has invested in Flock Freight, Solana Beach, Calif.-based technology company that pools shipments to fill unused trailer space.
Delivering on the company’s ongoing commitment to continuous improvement in workflow and user experience, the latest version results in greater efficiencies throughout the commercial heavy-duty dealership.
Kenworth and Peterbilt had the first Class 8 electric trucks to summit the 14,115-ft. Pikes Peak in Colorado.
Volvo Trucks has announced it will offer its VNR Electric in the U.S. and Canada beginning Dec. 3. The truck will enter production in early 2021 at Volvo’s Dublin, Va., manufacturing plant.
Peterbilt’s battery-electric Model 579EV is now available for customer orders with the OEM’s SmartSpec dealership sales tool.
The Volvo Group and Isuzu Motors have signed binding agreements to form a strategic alliance within commercial vehicles in order to capture the opportunities in the ongoing industry transformation.
Two global commercial vehicle makers, Germany’s Traton SE and Japan’s Hino Motors Ltd., have signed a joint venture agreement to develop electric vehicles, both battery-electric and fuel-cell versions.
ServicePlan application expands dealer-fleet partnerships through enhanced contract maintenance services
Volvo Trucks North America was recently awarded $20 million in grants to deploy 70 VNR Electric trucks with fleets in southern California as part of the Environmental Protection Agency’s Targeted Air Shed Grant Program, plus $1.7 million in charging infrastructure funding from the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD).
Kenworth Trucks has announced the launch of it first electric Class 8 truck, the T680E. The new zero-emission Kenworth T680E, now available for order from Kenworth dealers in the United States and Canada, will enter into production in 2021, according to a news release.
With the advent of electric trucks becoming a reality, PacLease is finding high interest from customers wanting to explore going green by leasing Kenworth and Peterbilt medium-duty cabover battery-electric trucks.