New collaboration through the EC’s Freight and Goods Delivery Electrification Project will demonstrate a scalable transition to electric trucks.
Decisiv’s new SRM Exchange podcast series explores the issues and opportunities that are most relevant to the commercial vehicle service solutions industry today.
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.
Given the far-reaching and potentially disruptive effects the autonomous movement of goods will have on the trucking industry, the North American Council for Freight Efficiency has begun exploring the subject of autonomous trucking, publishing a series of articles on its website under the banner NACFE’s Perspective on Autonomous Trucking.
The FMCSA says development of autonomous-truck technologies may be outpacing fleet ability to consider how to integrate them into their operations.
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.
Understanding how trucking is using electric and automated vehicles today can help predict how the industry will use them in the future.
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.
One trend that is gaining momentum among commercial fleets during the pandemic is the use of mobile maintenance vendors.