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ATAE to introduce Munro utility BEV
The new utlity vehicle will be targeted at agriculture, forestry and mining industries
Torc Robotics, TNO collaborate on vehicle autonomy
Strategic collaboration will work to substantiate safety of self-driving trucks using TNO’s StreetWise methodology
Perkins Engines highlights sustainability at Bauma 2022
UK-based engine manufacturer says ‘holistic’ approach will influence all future developments
Skoda Group names new president
Company to combine bus, components business groups
Quantron expands to North America
Richard Haas picked to lead Quantron US
Loop Energy gains medium-duty hydrogen-electric truck customers
Opex/Hevolucion and Avia Ingeniería plan to trial hydrogen-electric vehicles in 2023
ClearFlame seeks to disrupt the “heart” of heavy-duty applications
Technology provider seeks to decarbonize diesel engines by reducing their reliance on diesel fuel
Street Smarts: Autonomous trucks need infrastructure
Autonomous trucks present a two-tier infrastructure problem that could hamper deployment of these self-driving vehicles
Forecast 2023: Commercial vehicles see best-ever demand
ACT Research foresees shallow freight recession likely followed by recovery in late 2023
ADM completes biodiesel field test
1.3 million mile evaluation focused on heavy-duty trucking
Commercial vehicle orders rebound in August: ACT Research
Net orders for on-road heavy- and medium-duty vehicles rose after falling the month prior
Bollinger introduces electric cabover chassis
Class 4 truck will now enter client test programs
Eaton to highlight commercial vehicle technology at IAA
Company to display Vehicle Group’s portfolio of internal combustion solutions
Street Smarts: EV Refuse Truck’s Mobile Trial
Mobile, Ala. is set to begin trials of a Mack LR Electric refuse truck, the first electric refuse truck in the state
Cummins for decarbonization at IAA Transportation
Cummins for commercial vehicles: internal combustion engines using different fuels, including HVOs, natural gas and hydrogen; fuel cells; battery-electric solutions; and electric powertrain technology.
When it comes to U.S. transport, don’t count diesel out just yet
Research shows diesel’s days on U.S. roadways aren’t quite as numbered as some suggest
Terberg, Taylor to build terminal tractors in U.S.
Joint venture to bring manufacturing, distribution to Mississippi
Nikola announces leadership succession plan
Michael Lohscheller to become CEO
Batteries help tour bus disappear on frozen tundra
Polar bears and timelines: JEM Technical helped adventure tourism company keep its EV project on schedule
Nikola names locations for hydrogen stations
Three selected in California, more on the way
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