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The heavy-duty vehicle markets are at the edge of a precipice, according to ACT Research’s latest North American Commercial Vehicle Outlook. “Since the start of this demand up-cycle in late 2017, we have targeted this year’s third quarter as the point at
Melton Truck Lines driver Justin Rockcastle, of Wittmann, Arizona, was driving through rain and hail May 23 along Interstate 70 near Thompson Springs, Utah, when he saw a white SUV coming up on his left side.
Prime, Inc., the trucking company, has filed a lawsuit in federal court against online retailer Amazon, alleging the company infringed Prime’s trademarked use of the word “prime” on trucks and trailers.
The building is small, single-story, built of corrugated metal sheets. There are seats for 20. The only advertising is spray-painted on concrete roadblocks in English and Punjabi.
A major trucking company has announced that they’ll be laying off dozens of truck drivers due to the closure of one of their Indiana facilities. On May 18, Penske Logistics informed Indiana officials that they will be shutting down their Fort Wayne facility, resulting in a large number of layoffs.
The Truckload Carriers Association has recognized a Melton Truck Lines driver as a Highway Angel after he helped a couple whose vehicle was pushed into his truck by another truck on a mountain pass during a blizzard.
Indiana State Police couldn’t resist the headline “Sticky situation on I-80/94” for its news release about a crash of a tractor-trailer loaded with honey this morning.
An unidentified truck driver wound up in the middle of a high-speed police chase in Des Moines, Iowa Tuesday afternoon, April 23. WHO-TV reports police were chasing two suspects who lost control of their vehicle, slammed into the truck and flipped, which ended the chase. The suspects’ car was quickly surrounded by members of a tactical team.