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  2. The U.S. is pushing the Netherlands to ban ASML Holding NV from selling to China mainstream technology essential in making a large chunk of the world’s chips, expanding its campaign to curb the country’s rise, according to people familiar with the matter. View the full article
  3. A recent U.S. Environmental Protection Agency hearing focused on the California Air Resources Board's bid to proceed with three aggressive regulations that have not been well-received within the trucking industry.View the full article
  4. West Texas Intermediate crude futures dropped below $100 a barrel for the first time since May 11 as concerns grow that a global economic slowdown will ultimately hobble demand.View the full article
  5. Volvo Group is looking to expand its autonomous and electric truck programs to build market share in its key U.S. market and drive revenue and profits higher, top executives said recently.View the full article
  6. As the American workforce continues to experience major shifts and fluxes, there’s an opportunity for those of us in the trucking and logistics industries to attract new drivers and workers looking for a post-pandemic change. View the full article
  7. Ford Motor Co. sales jumped 31.5% in June thanks to big gains from its top-selling pickup truck line, including the electric F-150 Lightning.View the full article
  8. It’s been a tailwind for oil prices for most of this year, but the previously booming U.S. gasoline market is showing a few signs of cooling off.View the full article
  9. A German plant reportedly will take a break this month, in addition to two model lines in Shanghai, Bloomberg reported.View the full article
  10. Florida is exploring project delivery options in an $18 million plan to add 135 truck parking spaces in a new truck travel center near the Golden Glades interchange and close to Miami. View the full article
  11. An indicator of U.S. supply chain pressure fell to the lowest level in two years, as a sharp drop in transportation costs underscores the slowdown in the nation’s economy heading into the second half of the year.View the full article
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  16. The union representing about 22,000 West Coast dockworkers and their employers will continue negotiations for a new labor contract past the July 1 expiration of their current pact and said the ports — among them the U.S.’s busiest — will keep functioning.View the full article
  17. Bridgestone will increase prices up to 15% on tread, cushion and some ancillary items from its subsidiary Bandag Inc., the tire company announced July 1.View the full article
  18. Funding for rail safety operations around the country was recently announced by the U.S. Department of Transportation.View the full article
  19. Semiconductor stocks took a beating after a grim profit warning from Micron Technology Inc. sparked fresh worries about corporate America’s earnings power with the U.S. potentially heading for a recession.View the full article
  20. The U.S. Energy Information Administration is delaying its weekly release of national diesel prices for a third week in a row due to network issues, it announced June 30.View the full article
  21. A House panel approved legislation that would ensure the continuity of operations at the U.S. Department of Transportation through fiscal 2023.View the full article
  22. With more than 400 truckers having qualified for the upcoming National Truck Driving Championships, the summer training period is officially underway. And Ohio's Scott Woodrome, the two-time defending national champion, knows the importance of preparation better than most. View the full article
  23. If Aurora and other self-driving startups can convince customers and the public that large trucks can be automated safely, the potential efficiency gains are massive.View the full article
  24. A measure of U.S. manufacturing activity weakened in June to a two-year low as new orders contracted, restrained by lingering supply constraints and some softening in demand.View the full article
  25. SAN FRANCISCO — A California agency on June 30 cleared the way for the Oakland Athletics to continue planning a $12 billion waterfront ballpark project.View the full article
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  27. J.B. Hunt Transport Services Inc. has expedited overseas delivery of new containers as part of its commitment to grow intermodal capacity, the company announced June 30.View the full article
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