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  • Lawsuit alleges GM cheated on diesel emissions tests

    A lawsuit filed in a U.S. District Court in Detroit alleges that automaker General Motors cheated on government diesel emissions tests.

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  • ITI offers cargo securement training

    ITI training to help reduce violations before and during CVSA’s Roadcheck.

    Instructional Technologies Inc. (ITI) announced it is offering free cargo securement training focused on open deck transportation companies in advance of the annual Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance’s (CVSA) International Roadcheck June 6-8.

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  • Velociti expands headquarters

    Velociti is in the final stages of construction on an expansion project that will double the size of its Riverside, MO, headquarters facility.  The additional 33,000-sq.-ft. will not only accommodate Velociti’s growing team, but will house an expanded warehouse for inventory management, staging and configuration; a fitness center and a cafeteria.

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  • Getloaded.com CEO Pat Hull joins Doft

    New ground freight-sharing platform Doft (Do Freight Transportation) has welcomed Pat Hull, the CEO and founder of Getloaded.com, as an advisor to the company.

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  • Tracking the growing list of supply chain threats

    It’s perhaps appropriate as we head into the Memorial Day weekend – a holiday established to reflect upon the sacrifices made to protect our country – to think about just some of the many ongoing threats facing the transportation and logistics industry.

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  • Roadrunner welcomes new executive, relocates HQ

    Roadrunner Transportation Systems announced that Terence R. Rogers has joined the company as executive vice president and chief financial officer.

    Prior to joining Roadrunner, Rogers served for four years as chief financial officer for The Heico Companies, LLC, parent company for a diversified portfolio of over 35 businesses. His career includes 17 years in financial positions with Ryerson Inc., a distributor and value-added processor of industrial metals, most recently as chief financial officer.

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  • Volvo, Mack show off 2017 Ride to Freedom trucks

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  • XPO offers tuition-free truck driver training

    Company takes aggressive step to combat shortage of truckers.

    XPO Logistics Inc. announced it offering provide free tuition to its truck driving schools, income while training and a job upon graduation.

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  • Housing authority partners with Enterprise Fleet Management

    The Albuquerque Housing Authority (AHA) in New Mexico is partnering with Enterprise Fleet Management to upgrade its fleet and help reduce costs. Through the partnership, AHA said it is expected to save $200,000 over the next 10 years.

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  • Ward Transport and Logistics COO to retire

    Ward Transport and Logistics Corp., a family owned regional LTL carrier and logistics solutions provider, announced that Chuck DeLutis, COO, will retire at the end of June.

    According to the company, before joining Ward, DeLutis previously enjoyed an executive and sales leadership career with YRCW/Roadway. He joined Ward in 2013 after retiring from YRCW/Roadway.

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  • Ninneman Named Spartan Motors’ President of Fleet Vehicles and Services

    Spartan Motors, Inc. (NASDAQ: SPAR) announced the appointment of Tom Ninneman as President of Fleet Vehicles and Services (FVS), which includes the Utilimaster and Spartan Upfit Services brands, effective June 2. Ninneman will succeed John Forbes, who is retiring from the role he has served in since July 2010.

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  • Rear View Safety Offers Backup Camera for Chevy City Express Vans

    Rear View Safety recently introduced a backup camera system designed specifically for Chevy City Express Cargo Vans. Rear View Safety, which celebrates its 10th anniversary this year, has a wide variety of vehicle specific products, including systems created for Ford, GMC, Jeep, Mercedes, Nissan, and Toyota.

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  • EU Commercial Vehicle Market Decreases 7% in April

    In April, EU commercial vehicle registrations dropped 7.2% and totaled 181,434 units, according to the European Automobile Manufacturers' Association (ACEA).

    This is mainly due to the fact that Easter fell in April this year.

    Demand declined in all segments, apart from buses and coaches, and across all major EU markets. The United Kingdom (-14.9%) and Germany (-11.8%) saw the highest drops, while the Spanish (-1.0%) and French (-0.4%) markets remained more or less stable.

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  • ATA Truck Tonnage Index Down 2.5% in April

    American Trucking Associations’ advanced seasonally adjusted (SA) For-Hire Truck Tonnage Index slipped 2.5% in April, following a 1.1% decline during March.

    Compared with April 2016, the SA index fell 1.8%. In March, the index rose 0.6% on a year-over-year basis. Year-to-date, compared with the same four months in 2016, the index is off 0.3%. For all of 2016, tonnage was up 2.5%.

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  • Two Great Dane Manufacturing Plants Receive TTMA Plant Safety Awards

    Great Dane’s Brazil, Indiana, and Danville, Pennsylvania, plants won awards in the Truck Trailer Manufacturers Association’s (TTMA) 2016 Plant Safety Contest.

    The Brazil plant was the winning trailer manufacturing plant in the large plant category and the Danville plant was the winning trailer manufacturing plant in the mid-size plant category.

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  • East Manufacturing Introduces Lightweight Tipper Trailer

    East Manufacturing has released its new Lightweight Tipper Trailer, which is designed to maximize payload and still provide the strength to handle the stresses of hauling refuse day in and day out in the harshest conditions.

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  • U.S. Sales of Light-Duty Diesel Ram Trucks ‘Essentially Stopped’

    Domestic sales of diesel-powered light-duty Ram trucks and Grand Cherokees have “essentially stopped” due to an emissions issue that prompted the Environmental Protection Agency to file a lawsuit against Fiat Chrysler Automobiles on Tuesday, according to The New York Times.

    The company has been unable to sell light-duty diesel vehicles in the United States for the current model year because the EPA has not certified that they meet emissions regulations, according to the Times. Heavy-duty diesel sales continue and have never been interrupted.

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  • PACCAR to Build New Plant in McKinney, Texas

    PACCAR Inc. (Nasdaq: PCAR) will put its next new manufacturing facility for one of its divisions in McKinney, Texas, with the deal slated to become finalized in the next few weeks, according to the Dallas Business Journal.

    The McKinney Economic Development Corp. has reached an agreement to give PACCAR $3.3 million in economic incentives, including a land transfer valued at $1.1 million, for opening the division in McKinney.

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  • Hackett In, Fields Out at Ford

    Executive Chairman Bill Ford Jr. wants Ford Motor Co. to be a more collaborative workplace that can quickly adapt to the rapidly morphing auto-and-mobility sector, so he has made Jim Hackett the new CEO, replacing Mark Fields, according to the Detroit News.

    Large Wall Street investors and small shareholders have raised increasing pressure on Ford, whose shares have slipped roughly 40 percent since Fields replaced CEO Alan Mulally in July 2014.

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