Mack Trucks is celebrating 100 years in Canada in 2021, no small feat for any business — and that would be 700 in bulldog years.
Key players in commercial trucking have been working to break down the almost overwhelming amount of data coming off today’s vehicles. Their overall goal is to increase equipment uptime through predictive maintenance practices.
The American Trucking Associations’ Technology & Maintenance Council (TMC) has partnered with Decisiv to launch a benchmarking tool designed to track key performance indicators for commercial vehicle parts and labor based on the Council’s Vehicle Maintenance Reporting Standards.
In an effort to support customers in the western U.S. and Canada, as well as battery-electric vehicle training efforts for the Volvo VNR Electric and Mack LR Electric, Volvo and Mack Trucks announced the companies are opening a state-of-the-art training facility in Hayward, California.
Isuzu, Hino and Toyota have agreed on a new partnership to integrate Toyota’s CASE technologies with commercial vehicles from Isuzu and Hino.
A vehicle maintenance coding system used by repair shops across the trucking industry is receiving an update that has been years in the making, and is also evolving to include the burgeoning electric vehicle segment.
Quality Custom Distribution will deploy 14 Volvo VNR Electric models in its Southern California last-mile delivery routes over the next two years.
Several OEMs have unveiled plans to begin production on electric trucks in 2021/22, expanding beyond the limited number of units in today’s test fleets.Before you plug in to the excitement, here are 10 things we know – and a few things we don’t know – about electric trucks.
The strategic alliance between both companies — which will have a minimum duration of 20 years — is intended to address possibilities and challenges of the logistics industry of the future.
Mack Trucks customers can now make unlimited parameter updates through the Mack Over The Air (OTA) remote programming solution.
It is absolutely crucial to ensure that your technicians have all the information they need to safely and properly work on an electric truck.
The tailwinds for continued commercial battery electric vehicle adoption seem to be picking up. Stirrings of these changes, though, have been brewing for some time.