IronPlanet's annual Florida auction will be held over five days featuring a huge list of used equipment, trucks and other durable goods from manufacturers, dealers, construction companies, rental companies and other large fleet owners.
At the World of Concrete 2017 convention in Las Vegas this week, Mack Trucks introduced upgraded capabilities for its mDrive automated mechanical transmission (AMT) with the addition of two new functions: rolling start and auto neutral.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) confirmed this week that it will invest $1 billion and create more than 2,000 new jobs in two U.S. factories that build its Jeep line of light vehicles – one of which will build an all-new Jeep pickup model.
Ford Motor Co. marked a little history for its venerable F-Series line of light trucks, noting that it has now sold some 26 million units since January 1977, a date when the OEM said its F-150 pickup first became a "top-selling truck" at a time when "eight-track tapes, disco and bell bottoms were the rage."
After raising millions in venture capital and solidifying a number of strategic partnerships in recent months, tech startup project44 has moved into a new, custom-built office space in downtown Chicago.
Throughout the year, Fleet Owner’s editors produced a wide variety of blog entries on a range of topics, including what’s happening on the regulatory front, the latest technologies and equipment, transportation initiatives across the country, and this year, a new president and what his administration could mean for the industry. The following blogs were the most popular in 2016.
From towing nightmares to speed limiters and a botched drug sting, here is Fleet Owner's look at the 10 most popular stories published on our website in 2016. To read more of any of the stories, just click the link in the caption.