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February 19, 2022

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What fuel source will dominate trucking in 2030?

Fleet fuel experts in diesel, battery-electric, and hydrogen fuel cells make their cases for trucking’s future primary source of power. Even as diesel trucks become more efficient, climate concerns and costs push trucking closer to zero-emissions goals.



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Hirschbach to acquire John Christner Trucking

The acquisition of the Sapulpa, Oklahoma—based refrigerated carrier, which is expected to close in April, includes 800 trucks and grows the combined annual revenue to more than $1 billion.


Jonathon White, Cummins’ VP of engine business engineering, discusses Cummins new fuel-agnostic engine platforms during a Feb. 14 press conference.

Cummins unveils fuel-agnostic internal combustion engine strategy

Beginning in 2024, Cummins will apply fuel-agnostic technologies across its X, L, and B-Series engine platforms. Diesel, natural gas, and hydrogen internal combustion engine offerings aim to help the transition to zero-emission powertrains.


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Roadcheck 2022 focuses on wheel ends

International Roadcheck, the annual Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance blitz, is this week across North America. Find out how to avoid the most frequent violations on the road during the 72-hour enforcement focus, which this year zeros in on wheel ends.


Waymo Driver Equipped Daimler Freightliner Cascadia Truck

C.H. Robinson, Waymo to develop long-haul AV shipping solution

The logistics company plans to begin using Waymo Via-equipped tractors to haul freight between Houston and Dallas as the technology company develops its Driver-as-a-Service business model for small and medium fleets.


The Kenworth K270E truck body chassis sits in front of the Paccar Innovation Center in Sunnyvale, California.

Gallery: Tour the Paccar Innovation Center in Silicon Valley

General Manager Stephan Olsen shows off the only commercial vehicle technology company set up among the most prominent innovators and tech startups in the U.S. Paccar uses its Sunnyvale labs to partner with Silicon Valley companies and academics.


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