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WABCO Debuts  Management System for Small to Mid-Size Commercial Fleets

WABCO Debuts Management System for Small to Mid-Size Commercial Fleets

| June 22, 2018

WABCO Holdings Inc., a leading supplier of fleet management systems and technologies to improve the safety, efficiency and connectivity of commercial vehicles,has launched TRAXEE™, its new Fleet Management System (FMS), which is designed to meet the specific needs of operators of small to medium-size commercial fleets. WABCO will leverage its extensive distributor and service network […]

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Will 2018 Mark the Beginning of an Overall Downturn for China’s CV Market?

Will 2018 Mark the Beginning of an Overall Downturn for China’s CV Market?

| June 22, 2018

While not impacting each commercial vehicle segment every year, structural changes within China’s commercial vehicle market are expected to exert downward pressure through 2022, according to the most recent China Commercial Vehicle Outlook, jointly published quarterly by ACT and China’s State Information Center (SIC). The Outlook includes an overview of the China economy and a […]

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Spot Truckload Rates to Set Records in June

Spot Truckload Rates to Set Records in June

| June 21, 2018

Spot truckload rates on the DAT network of load boards rose again during the week ending June 16 and are on track to achieve the highest-ever monthly average for van, refrigerated (“reefer”), and flatbed freight, according to DAT Solutions.  Despite a 6% drop in posted loads and 5.4% jump in the number of available trucks […]

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Trucking Index for April Reflects Good Seasonal Environment for Carriers

Trucking Index for April Reflects Good Seasonal Environment for Carriers

| June 20, 2018

FTR’s Trucking Conditions Index (TCI) for April at a reading of 11.5 reflects strong freight demand and continued tightness in capacity. Carriers can expect the favorable conditions to improve further into Q3 and stay elevated well into 2019. The tight labor market, including a shortage of drivers, is holding carriers back from taking full advantage […]

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May NA Class 8 Orders Continue Above-Capacity Trend

May NA Class 8 Orders Continue Above-Capacity Trend

| June 20, 2018

At the top line, NA Class 8 net orders totaled 35,608 units in May. While below the 492k SAAR of Q1’s orders, May’s 478k SAAR continues the trend of order activity well above industry capacity, according to ACT Research (ACT). “Continuing to be led by Canada and the US, order strength remained broad-based. NA tractor […]

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FedEx Posts Better Than Expected Results

FedEx Posts Better Than Expected Results

| June 20, 2018

FedEx has posted better than expected profits for the fourth quarter and full year — which in part can be attributed to a combination of federal tax cuts, higher rates and increased volume. The Memphis-based company reported earnings of $5.91 a share for the fourth quarter (March-May), up 41 percent year over year, and $15.31 […]

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