Dayton Parts' Cargomaxx HD premium shock absorbers are designed for ride control and cargo protection in Class 7 and 8 commercial vehicle applications.
The premium oil is formulated for oil leakage and critical component protection.
The array includes an integrated battery storage system and will be used to power newly installed electric vehicle (EV) chargers.
The recent Data Driven Fleet Experience featured two sessions on optimizing EV growth for fleets and using data to drive duty cycles.
As part of Ford’s just-released registration site for the electric E-Transit van, Ford has updated targeted battery ranges by body type, roof height, and wheelbase, along with targeted MSRPs for each configuration.
The first wave of commercial electric trucks and vans are coming. Fleets looking to electrify first need to research and invest in charging infrastructure, understand the new technologies, and seek out adoption incentives.
For those who think there’s a low barrier to entry for last-mile transportation, it’s time to think again.
Work vehicles are finally becoming electrified. With many stops, predictable routes, and daily returns to a central depot, the last-mile delivery market is poised to take advantage of these new electric models first.
Fleet operators looking to break into this tough market should consider a partnership, utilize technology-driven insights, or develop a new angle to serve the heightened expectations of today’s consumers.
JohnDow Industries Inc. is introducing a new, expanded Diesel Emission Fluid (DEF) product line within its Service Equipment division.
Enhanced Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB), Enhanced Stationary Vehicle Braking (SVB), and Multi-Lane AEB can be added to trucks equipped with earlier versions of the fleet-proven and road-tested Bendix Wingman Fusion collision mitigation system.
Daimler Trucks North America appointed Tracy Mack-Askew to the position of chief engineer, chassis and vocational engineering.