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Freightliner Inspiration Truck Unveiled at Hoover Dam. First Licensed Autonomous Commercial Truck to Drive on U.S. Public Highway 0

Self-Driving Fleets Gain Traction

Technology has been the cause of many changes within a number industries, ranging from self-driving cars, online payments and autonomous workers at factories and fast food restaurants. While there has been a lot of research…

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GM Closings May Hurt Trucking

The decision by General Motors to cease production at five of its factories in the United States and Canada will have consequences for trucking companies that serve those plants, industry experts said…

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Program Helping Women Enter Trucking

Expediter Services (ES), a company providing capacity solutions and ownership opportunities within the trucking industry, announced that a collaborative program with Women In Trucking Association to create 150 women-owned businesses in transportation is now one…

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Global Trends Changing Rules For Trucking

The big drivers of global business have major influence on the commercial vehicle business. Several global-scale trends in particular — related to climate protection, competition for resources, social change and demographic shifts — are fundamentally…

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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).