equipment

Peterbilt, Kenworth the first truck makers to announce return to MATS

Despite having sat out the 2016 Mid America Trucking Show (MATS), and with many of its competitors heading off to an upstart trucking show in Atlanta next fall, Kenworth and Peterbilt announced Monday they would return to the Louisville, Ky.-based show next year.

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Utility Trailer relocates, upgrades Tolleson, Ariz., facility

The new building is 61,000 square feet and offers Wi-Fi in the lounge, gated security, separate driveways for cars and trucks, and a total of 30 service bays.

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Volvo intros collision avoidance system, Mack partners with new ELD provider, more equipment updates from ATA

Volvo, Mack and International all made equipment- and technology-related announcements over the last two days of ATA's Management Conference and Exhibition this week.

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Cummins, Peterbilt, Kenworth and more announce updated equipment, services at ATA conference

A bevy of trucking-related news has come out of ATA's annual fleet conference so far, including equipment updates from Paccar, Cummins and more.

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Photos: International’s newly unveiled LT series tractor

International Truck on Friday debuted its latest premier over-the-road Class 8 tractor, replacing the company's ProStar as its flagship model. See photos of the truck here...

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International introduces new ‘flagship’ Class 8 tractor

International on Friday introduced its new flagship line of Class 8 on-highway trucks, taking the mantle from the company's ProStar. The new LT series will be available with both the Cummins X15 and the Navistar proprietary N13.

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NACFE: Truck platooning boosts fuel economy, ‘next logical automation’

In a two-truck platoon, the potential fuel consumption savings versus an isolated single vehicle varies depending on the separation distance of the trucks, but the report says at a following distance of 40- to 50-feet platooning can lead to 4 percent average savings over the two trucks after accounting for traffic, terrain and time when equipped trucks will not be operating in a platoon.

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First Pete 567 Heritage goes to Hinz Trucking

Peterbilt presented the first production Model 567 Heritage – a new version of the model with exclusive interior and exterior styling features – to Hinz Trucking, who drove it off the assembly line at Peterbilt’s Denton, Texas manufacturing facility.

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Freightliner, Western Star trucks affected by two recalls

One recall affects approximately 1,000 Freightliner Cascadias with compressed natural gas engines, and the other affects approximately 150 Freightliner and Western Star trucks equipped with the wrong front axle hubs.

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Utility Trailer introduces new, lighter flatbed

The 4000AE comes standard with a 47,000-pound coil haul package and is 627 pounds lighter than the 4000A model fitted with an optional coil haul package, Utility says.

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