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National Tank Truck Carriers (NTTC) 0

NTTC Opposing ELD Exemption Request

National Tank Truck Carriers (NTTC), the leading trade association for the U.S. tank-truck industry, recently submitted a letter to Federal Motor Carrier Safety Association (FMCSA)  regarding a busness group’s attempt to be exempted from new Electronic Logging Devices (ELD) rules.

Pacific Oil Conference (POC) 0

POC Show Set For September

An estimated 1,300 industry leaders representing more than 150 businesses are expected to gather in Los Angeles in September for the annual week-long Pacific Oil Conference (POC) trade show, conference officials said.

Diesel Exhaust Fuel, DEF, Diagram 0

Simple Steps Can Maximize DEF

As the number of trucks equipped with selective catalytic reduction (SCR) technology continues to rise, fleet and maintenance managers are wondering how to make the most out of their diesel exhaust fluid (DEF), which is required to keep their vehicles running and compliant with the EPA’s Heavy Duty Engine and Vehicle Standards.

Universal Trailer 0

Universal Trailer Selling Cargo Division

Universal Trailer said it is selling its Cargo Group Division (UTC) – consisting of Haulmark, Wells Cargo and UltraLav trailer brands – to American Cargo Group, a new Indiana corporation owned by Kaufman Trailers. Kaufman is based in Lexington N.C.

American Trucking Associations (ATA) 0

ATA Sees 5 Trucking Trends

The trucking industry handles freight for a number of other industries to ensure that companies and customers across the nation get the materials and products they need. “For truckers and other people in the industry, it’s important to stay on top of upcoming trends to ensure that they understand all the rules of the road,’’ according to American Trucking Associations (ATA).