Sales at Canadian manufacturers declined for a second straight month, partly on shutdowns at auto and steel plants. Factory sales fell 1.3% in July, Statistics Canada reported Sept. 17 from Ottawa. That far exceeded the median forecast in a Bloomberg s…
U.S. factory output increased in August by more than forecast in a broad advance that signals manufacturing may be starting to stabilize.
General Motors Co. and the United Auto Workers remain far apart in their talks over a new contract, according to the union’s top negotiator, making it less likely a strike called Sept. 15 will end within two days like a previous work stoppage did in 2007.
HOUSTON — Trimble introduced a broad range of new software features and product enhancements designed to help fleets gain more insights from the data in their systems and collaborate more closely with their shipper customers.
VTNA plans regional rollout of its first Class 8 battery-electric vehicle over next two years. OEM will offer full service, including electric charging infrastructure.
Cummins’ acquisition of Hydrogenics indicates the diesel market leader could own the next engine tech, too.
The Nebraska Department of Transportation recently released its 2020 construction program, which includes plans for long-awaited improvements on major routes.
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As Congress debates what the next highway funding law should look like, there is a temptation to allow more tolling across the country.
For Darren Hawkins, CEO of YRC Worldwide Inc., a company that already pays $25 million annually in tolls, t