DUSSELDORF, Germany — Mercedes-Benz debuted its updated 2014 Sprinter delivery van for the North American market here, which includes a 4-cylinder diesel engine and a suite of safety technology offerings.
ORLANDO, Fla. — General Motors Co. announced that it will sell a Chevrolet version of the Nissan NV 200 small van beginning next year.
Chevrolet will introduce a new top-tier model in the Silverado full-size pickup lineup when the redesigned 2014 model-year truck arrives this fall, the manufacturer announced.
Jasper Engines & Transmissions has added a line of torque converters to its lineup of products that can be ordered over-the-counter at parts stores, the company announced.
Masterack has introduced a modular storage system that can be tailored to high-roof vans that are being introduced to the commercial market, as well as more traditional vans, the company said.
Smaller concrete truck bodies are filling a niche for some contractors. For every large, 10-yard concrete order, there may be a job that requires just enough cement to fill a driveway, edge a swimming pool or patch a bridge.
Worldwide growth in medium-duty truck sales is expected to outpace the heavy-duty market.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The CEO of Daimler Trucks North America said he expects sales to ramp up by the end of 2013, after a slow start to the year.
From new materials to curbing waste, truck manufacturers are focusing on “green” initiatives throughout their operations.
INDIANAPOLIS — Pilot Flying J CEO Jimmy Haslam said he was “absolutely not aware” of any alleged scheme by employees to underpay customers of a fuel rebate program that is now the subject of a federal criminal investigation.
Volvo AB said Friday its North American truck deliveries fell 10% in April from a year ago.
Deutsche Post AG, Europe’s largest package express carrier, said its first-quarter net income fell 5.9% to $648 million, Bloomberg News reported.
U.S. rail intermodal traffic rose 3.9% last week from the same week a year ago to 248,266 units, the Association of American Railroads reported.
An index of leading economic indicators rose in April from a decline the prior month, the New York-based Conference Board said Friday.