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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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GATS reports more visitors, exhibitors

Show floor exhibitor space was up nearly 20 percent over 2009 with almost 450 companies in attendance.

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350 attend outlook meeting

Conference attendees heard about the state of the economic recovery and what to do to survive in the fourth quarter and beyond.

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ATA exec praises CSA 2010

Rob Abbott speculated hours of service changes could include reduction in driving time, mandatory rest breaks and nighttime restrictions.

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ATA chairman: Trucking looking up

Tightening of capacity along with stronger consumer confidence has Tommy Hodges more optimistic for the short-term.

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Fleet execs discuss cost, productivity

The panelists agreed one of the biggest challenges they face is capacity, which is impacted by the ability to find and retain drivers.

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Paccar looks to suppliers

Dan Sobic said a recovering truck market will demand quality and cooperation from vehicle and supplier manufacturers.

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Analyst sees no double-dip recession

FTR Associates President Eric Starks said the trucking industry should feel progressively better through June 2011.

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Panel to look at trucking ‘2020’

A panel of trucking industry executives will examine the future during the Commercial Vehicle Outlook Conference.

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Business and pleasure

Great American Trucking Show in Dallas packed with seminars, exhibits, show trucks, live music and more.

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