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Spanning six months and with the participation of hundreds of technicians from the United States and Canada, Daimler Trucks North America LLC (DTNA) named Joe Speelman and Kyle Ballard the winners of its 2019 Technician Skills Competition.

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North America Fuel Systems Remanufacturing Celebrates Anniversary

NAFSR is a joint venture between Detroit Diesel Remanufacturing LLC and Bosch that produces remanufactured fuel products for heavy duty trucks. The product portfolio includes wide range of fuel system products that have been revitalized to original equipment specifications.

Detroit's 80th Anniversary, 1 Millionth HDEP Engine

As Detroit observes its 80th anniversary this year, parent company Daimler Trucks North America LLC (DTNA) is marking another important achievement – the production of its 1 millionth heavy-duty engine platform (HDEP) engine.

Detroit Reman Acquires Mascot Truck Parts

Detroit Diesel Remanufacturing is acquiring the North American business operations of Mascot Truck Parts, a provider of remanufactured driveline components for the heavy- and medium-duty aftermarket.

Test Drive: Detroit's 5-Liter Street Fighter

Even in an age of ‘rightsizing,’ many fleets have been reluctant to give a 4-cylinder engine a chance. Detroit’s new DD5 diesel is about to challenge that point of view.

Daimler Enters Medium-Duty Engine Market with DD5

Daimler Trucks North America's new Detroit DD5 engine will begin production in October. The four-cylinder engine offers several benefits over competitive medium-duty engines, including maintenance intervals, fuel economy and durability.

Medium-Duty Engines Coming from Detroit

SAN DIEGO -- Daimler Trucks North America announced that it will offer Detroit medium-duty engines beginning in 2016, and that itss entire product line-up, including vehicles equipped with the DD5 and DD8, will meet GHG17 standards early.

Stay Ahead of Trouble on EGR Engines

While most of the early problems have been engineered out of the exhaust gas recirculation systems on today’s clean diesel engines, corroded coolers, stuck valves and other problems still plague owners of older equipment.