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International Will Not Offer Detroit Diesels after October

"We felt we needed to focus and decided that it didn't make any sense to invest that much in a company controlled by a competitor." ...

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NATSO, ATA Vow to Work Together on Security Issues

Two major trucking-related organizations joined hands on Feb. 14 to increase the industry's lobbying power in the face of mounting security a...

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Petro to Get IdleAire Electrification Units

IdleAire Technologies Corp. has reached an agreement to install its units that provide heating, air conditioning and other services at Petro S...

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CFI Names Contractor Team of the Year

Contract Freighters Inc. honored John and Sherry Hufford of Bell, Fla., as the 2001 Contractor Team of Year. They joined CFI in 2000. CFI awar...

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Freightliner's New Line Debuts

Freightliner Trucks has introduced the next evolution of its medium-duty and vocational trucks, the Business Class M2. A completely new line o...

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International Rolls Out Medium-Duty Truck

The International Truck and Engine Co. has launched the International 4200, a medium-duty truck powered by a 215 horsepower engine. The Int...

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'Fairness' at Issue in Oklahoma Base Plating Suit

Opponents in an Oklahoma truck registration argument looked to a state court to decide a lawsuit seeking to prevent the state from changing ba...

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Heavy-Duty Oils

Castrol Heavy Duty Lubricants says their new line of diesel engine oils offers a promise to set the standard for performance and engine protec...

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Online Interface Makes it Easier for Drivers to Find Need-it-Now Parts

Events

April 5-7, Racers Hall of Fame Show, Del Mar Nationals, Del Mar Fairgrounds, Del Mar, Calif., (619) 449-6712 or ...

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McCurry Wins Independent Contractor of the Year Award

Scott McCurry of Eagle Grove, Iowa, won a 2003 International 9000i Series tractor for his selection as the 2001 Independent Contractor of the ...

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