MATS 2014

Continental unveils three new truck tires, new ELD options

| March 26, 2014

Offering a glimpse into the next decade of transportation in North America, Continental’s Paul Williams, unveiled three new truck tires designed to fit applications that are expected to grow in prominence through 2025

Heil returns to stainless steel tanker market

| March 26, 2014

After a 15 year absence, trailer manufacturer Heil is again manufacturing and selling stainless steel tanker trailers for general chemical hauling applications. The new line of tankers consists of four different application-based models including a round/double ...

Cummins announces new technology focus and vehicle telematics system

| March 26, 2014

If you hold press credentials for the Mid-America Truck Show in Louisville, KY, then the traditional kickoff event for the show is always a dinner hosted by Cummins the evening before press days begin. This year, ...

VIDEO: Kenworth T680 Advantage updates at MATS booth

| March 26, 2014

See part of the Kenworth MATS booth as Kenworth Chief Engineer Kevin Baney walks through further updates to Kenworth's "Advantage" package, showcasing the T680's continued development for fuel economy savings.

Meritor WABCO to release ProView performance management system in May 2014

| March 26, 2014

Meritor WABCO is working with SmartDrive Systems to develop what the company bills as the commercial vehicle industry’s most comprehensive and efficient performance management system. Designed to help fleets improve safety and operational efficiency, ...

Driverless trucks, driver scorecards: Bendix highlights collision mitigation tech

| March 26, 2014

Bendix covered a variety of topics at its annual breakfast press event in Louisville at the Mid-America Trucking Show March 26, ranging from autonomous trucks, collision mitigation technology, the economy and its SafetyDirect driver/truck monitoring ...

Bendix breaks 300,000 trucks using collision stability system

| March 26, 2014

At last year's Mid-America Trucking Show, Bendix made a bold prediction; that the company would have 300,000 trucks on the road using the company's Electronic Stability Program (ESP) collision and stability system. At the company's breakfast ...

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