In today’s edition of The Daily Dash, a potential TRATON-Navistar tie-up moves closer to a conclusion, plus carriers still hold an upper hand in rate negotiations and early earnings results are not what people expected.
In today’s edition of The Daily Dash, September saw an increase in truck driver drug test failures; TRATON makes a final offer for Navistar; and Waymo pulls back the curtain on its autonomous technology.
Navistar picks Detroit suburb near major electrification suppliers to locate its NEXT eMobility business unit as it prepares to make its first battery-electric trucks and school buses.
Navistar extended CEO Troy Clarke’s contract until July as a buyout offer by Volkswagen subsidiary TRATON Group is on hold amid the cash-devouring coronavirus pandemic.
On Friday’s What The Truck?!? we talk coronavirus, ELDs, freight forecasting and more
Navistar is skipping the chase for incentives on demonstration electric trucks to consult with customers on custom-built zero-emission medium-duty models with total cost of ownership rivaling a diesel truck.
The door to TRATON Group selling trucks in North American opened a crack with a memo of understanding between Navistar and TRATON to sell Scania mining trucks in Canada.
Navistar is building a new Industry 4.0-ready plant near San Antonio, Texas that will help raise earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization.