Overdrive Staff

Another startup enters freight-matching market

Doft, which stands for “do freight transportation,” launched this month and claims to connect trucks and shippers within minutes.

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Industry unites in effort on Kenworth T680 built to benefit Truckers Against Trafficking

By the time the truck finally hit the production line, Inland Kenworth manager Don Blake says it felt like half the industry was behind it.

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USA Truck logistics business expanding into Mexico

USAT Logistics, a division of USA Truck, is expanding its business with the opening of USAT Logistics de Mexico, located in Celaya, Guanajuato, Mexico.

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KW T880’s all-wheel-drive option

Available in 6x6 or 8x8 configurations, the all-wheel-drive T880 will likely see use in oilfields, configured as an off-road crane, in utility and construction work, or used with municipalities and fire/rescue.

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Lee Ingratta’s 2001 Peterbilt 379

Ingratta has customized the bunk to include a small kitchenette with a refrigerator, freezer, microwave, stovetop burner, toaster, coffee maker and cabinet space.

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Ormond Beach Love’s to be fuel and go only March 10-19

Because of the high volume of traffic that will be in the area for Daytona Bike Week, the Love's location will not be able to accommodate long-term parking.

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Schneider recognized for being ‘military-friendly’ employer

More than a quarter of Schneider's workforce has a military background, the company says.

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Overdrive accepting submissions for annual singing trucker contest

Back for a fourth year, Overdrive-Red Eye Radio's Trucker Talent Search is looking for truckers who love to sing.

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Arthur Boudreau’s 1995 Freightliner FLB

The truck, which sits on a 256-inch factory wheelbase, is powered by a 775-horsepower Caterpillar 6NZ with a Pittsburgh Power turbo.

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Cummins X15 engine earns Technical Achievement Award

The 14.9-liter diesel gains 3 percent in fuel efficiency over the preceding model, the ISX15, through improvements to air-handling, combustion efficiency, reduced parasitic losses and advanced electronics, according to Cummins.

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