Commercial Vehicle Outlook Conference

Trucking exec urges industry to adapt as market shifts

The trucking industry is reshaping itself within rapid market changes, Navistar’s sales and marketing vice president James Hebe said today.

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Avondale outlook: regionalization changing equipment choices

Fleet executives say regionalization is affecting equipment spec'ing and fleet management operations.

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Trucking outlook set for GATS

Panelists will deliver their insights and projections about trucking during the Commercial Vehicle Outlook Conference Aug. 24-25 in Dallas.

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CVOC panel to highlight expert advice

A panel of industry executives will give advice on thriving with change at the Commercial Vehicle Outlook Conference set for 9 a.m., Thursday, Aug. 25, preceding the Great American Trucking Show in Dallas. Robert Low, president and founder of Prime, Inc.; Don Orr, president and CEO of Central Freight; and Russell Stubbs, president of CEO of FFE Transportation Services will discuss labor, cost and regulatory issues after James Hebe, Navistar executive vice president sales, kicks off ...

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CVOC sessions to tackle trucking issues

Commercial Vehicle Outlook Conference will be Aug. 24-25 at the Great American Trucking Show in Dallas.

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Jamey Johnson to perform at GATS

Singer-songwriter will headline a free concert at the Great American Trucking Show Aug. 26 in Dallas.

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Hebe to address truck conference

Navistar executive will appear Aug. 25 during the Commercial Vehicle Outlook Conference in Dallas.

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Trucking outlook set for GATS

Trucking analysts Noel Perry of FTR Associates and Peter Nesvold of Jefferies & Co. will deliver their insights and projections about trucking.

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Jamey Johnson to perform at GATS

Singer-songwriter Jamey Johnson will headline a free concert at the Great American Trucking Show Aug. 26 in Dallas.

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LogBook

Engine problems worsen, FedEx Ground wins key case, APU grants offered to OOIDA, truck-related fatalities drop and more industry issues are featured.

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