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  • NACV: Trail King launches new trailer

    US trailer builder, Trail King Industries, has introduced a new Commercial MG-HG detachable gooseneck trailer featuring interchangeable gooseneck styles at the North American Commercial Vehicle Show this week. Read More...

  • Schmitz Cargobull reports FY results

    After a successful financial year* in 2015-2016, German OEM Schmitz Cargobull has reported more than 17.6 per cent increase in turnover to €2 billion for FY16/17, with 57,000 vehicles delivered. Read More...

  • Hyliion raises €17.88 million in Series A funding

    US company, Hyliion, has raised €17.88 million in Series A funding for production, expansion and investment in its hybrid-trailer 'Intelligent Electric Axle' system. Read More...

  • US trailer production steady

    Total trailer production in the US grew by 14 per cent sequentially and nine per cent year on year in August, according to ACT Research. Read More...

  • Schmitz Cargobull celebrates 125 years

    German trailer builder, Schmitz Cargobull, will celebrate its 125th anniversary by becoming the first trailer manufacturer to partner with Transaid, an international development organisation focused on tackling transport challenges in sub-Saharan Africa. Read More...

  • Kögel expands European sales division

    German Original Equipment Manufacturer, Kögel, has appointed a new Head of Sales for its north-eastern Europe operations, which is an indicator of the company’s growth in the region. Read More...

  • XPO Logistics Europe appoints new CEO

    North America-based logistics company, XPO Logistics, has appointed Malcolm Wilson as its new CEO for its operations in Europe. Read More...

  • Trucking M&A activity picks up steam

    Global consultancy PwC has released the newest edition of its quarterly analysis of mergers and acquisitions (M&A) in the global transportation and logistics (T&L) sector. Read More...

  • Maxi Haulage invests in Tiger Trailers

    UK-based transport company, Maxi Haulage, has taken its first delivery of 40 double deck trailers from Tiger Trailers. Read More...

  • Knorr-Bremse withdraws offer for Haldex

    The long planned takeover of Swedish company Haldex by Germany’s Knorr-Bremse has officially come to an end, with Knorr-Bremse withdrawing its offer and abandoning the merger clearance process. Read More...

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