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  2. The national average price of diesel dropped 9.2 cents to $5.141 a gallon, according to Energy Information Administration data released Nov. 28.View the full article
  3. President Joe Biden plans to call on Congress to act to stop a looming shutdown of the nation’s freight railroads, according to a person familiar with the matter.View the full article
  4. Zero-emission truck maker Nikola Corp. announced Bruce Kurtt has joined its executive team as senior vice president of sales and commercial operations.View the full article
  5. North American trade association MEMA, which represents motor vehicle component manufacturers, announced a new consolidated business structure intended to better position the organization and the vehicle supplier community for the future. View the full article
  6. An estimated 2.5 million wreaths will be delivered from Maine to more than 3,700 cemeteries during Wreaths Across America's annual event Dec. 17. View the full article
  7. Renault Trucks has helped Coca-Cola beat Pepsi and Tesla Inc. to the punch on electric deliveries. Coca-Cola will start using battery trucks from the Volvo AB-owned brand for local trips in Belgium on Nov. 24.View the full article
  8. U.S. trucking is entering a tumultuous period that will likely reshape the $875 billion industry. Shipping rates that spiked during disruptions caused by the pandemic have plummeted as inventory gluts across the U.S. lowered demand.View the full article
  9. Last week
  10. Every day there are new articles about an organization announcing sustainability goals and often these objectives are no longer decades away. View the full article
  11. The process of developing, validating and ultimately commercializing fully autonomous trucks has proven to be a long and arduous journey, but there is no shortage of software developers and technologists dedicated to accomplishing that mission. View the full article
  12. The exhibit hall at American Trucking Associations’ Management Conference & Exhibition has long served as a showcase for the latest products and innovations in freight transportation. This year’s event, which ran Oct. 22-25 in San Diego, was no exceptionView the full article
  13. Increasing numbers of sales managers are turning over much of their sales training responsibilities to artificial-intelligence-powered sales coaching.View the full article
  14. As millions of people travel the interstates this Thanksgiving, many will encounter patches of traffic at a standstill for no apparent reason — no construction or accident. Researchers say the problem is you.View the full article
  15. Beating out other states, Virginia snagged two warehousing and distribution center ventures worth $289 million for a logistics park and a port. View the full article
  16. More commercial truck traffic continued to travel along the 241-mile Ohio Turnpike during the first nine months of this year after breaking a record in 2021. View the full article
  17. Orders placed with U.S. factories for business equipment rebounded in October, suggesting capital spending plans are holding up in the face of higher borrowing costs and broader economic uncertainty.View the full article
  18. To mark the anniversary of a $1 trillion infrastructure law, the nation’s top transportation officer pointed to progress in implementing safety provisions linked to freight and commuter corridors.View the full article
  19. President Joe Biden’s pick to lead the agency on highway policy will be considered by a Senate panel this month. View the full article
  20. Truck tonnage in October increased compared with year-ago levels but declined on a month-to-month basis, a sign that the freight market is reacting to economic and consumer trends, American Trucking Associations said.View the full article
  21. Stellantis NV has thousands of cars stuck at its Sochaux plant in eastern France as logistics problems that impacted the maker of Peugeot 3008 SUVs last quarter persist.View the full article
  22. Ongoing concern about labor and management talks regarding two separate contract negotiations and a slowing U.S. economy resulted in a big drop in container volume at two of the nation’s biggest ports on the Pacific Coast.View the full article
  23. As this year’s holiday shopping season ramps up, shipping industry experts say supply chain issues that plagued the season last year have alleviated, but there are other dynamics at play.View the full article
  24. Earlier
  25. DALLAS — Higher operating costs, more volatile market cycles and a shift from West Coast ports are characteristics of the post-pandemic freight market, according to an industry analyst.View the full article
  26. Norfolk Southern Corp. agreed to acquire Cincinnati Southern Railway, tightening the company’s grip on a critical 337-mile line it already operates under a lease agreement.View the full article
  27. The national average price for diesel slid 8 cents to $5.233 a gallon, according to Energy Information Administration data released Nov. 21.View the full article
  28. The nation’s major shipping companies are in the best shape to get holiday shoppers’ packages delivered on time since the start of the pandemic, suggesting a return to normalcy.View the full article
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