FMCSA Issues Emergency Declaration for Historic Midwest Flooding

The FMCSA has declared an emergency for the Midwest states hit by historic flooding, freeing up local trucking companies like Crete and Werner to deliver needed supplies to those affected by the disaster.

Noregon to Launch Technician Education Program, Updates JPro, TripVision Software

Noregon has announced updates to its flagship JPro Professional diagnostic and repair tool and TripVision asset management products and also revealed plans for a technician education program.

Bendix Launches Retrofit Upgrade Program for Advanced Driver Assistance Technologies

Bendix has made its advanced commercial vehicle safety technologies available for the first time through a retrofit upgrade program. The company also announced an updated version of its ADB22X air disc brake.

Labor Department Analysis Questions Driver Shortage

The American Trucking Associations has long said there’s a severe driver shortage, driven by factors such as demographic changes and an overall tight work force. The Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association contends there’s really not a shortage …

Paccar Parts opens newer, larger Toronto distribution center

TORONTO, Ont. – Paccar Parts held a grand opening for its new, $34-million state-of-the-art distribution center today. The new center is 160,000 square feet and boasts three times the storage capacity of its previous Brampton location, and serves 65 pr…

TMC Chairman Calhoun on Technology, Technicians

Kenneth Calhoun, newest chairman of the Technology & Maintenance Council of the American Trucking Associations, has long been an advocate of embracing new technology. Now, he’s doing just that to bring more positive change to the trucking industry.