Michael Catarevas

Michael
Catarevas
Managing Editor,
Fleet Owner magazine

An experienced, award-winning journalist and editor, Catarevas began his career in trade publishing, working at Chain Store Age Executive and National Home Center News. He also served as the longtime editor for two globally circulated fitness titles, Exercise & Health and Men’s Workout. He then moved to Tennis magazine and tennis.com as executive editor. He has also been a frequent freelance writer, contributing profiles, in-depth news stories and features for Connecticut magazine and other publications. Before coming aboard at Fleet Owner he was managing editor for the New Canaan Advertiser newspaper.

Articles
Me a king of the road? 10-4!
Talk about the ultimate role reversal. Finally, after a lifetime playing the fly, I was going to be a spider, assigned to partake in a ride and drive where I'd handle big rigs.
A visit to Rush Truck Centers of Denver

Located in Commerce City, Colorado, just outside Denver, the most recent addition to the Rush Truck Centers (RTC) network of 108 locations in 21 states covers 83,000 sq. ft. on 13.5 acres, features over 50 service bays, and is currently staffed by 55 technicians. Fleet Owner got an up close and personnel look at RTC's Denver facility during a special open house event which included a visit by NASCAR racing legend Tony Stewart. (Photos: Michael Catarevas)

Isuzu: New Class 6 is right truck at right time

QUEENS, NY. The rapid shift from traditional retail store shopping to the purchase of products over the internet is driving major changes to delivery networks as well – including changes to the capabilities of the trucks tasked with making those deliveries.

Cummins plans electrified powertrain system in 2019

During a conference call this week with reporters, engine maker Cummins’ executive director of electrification business development Julie Furber said that the OEM plans to have a fully electrified powertrain system on the road by the end of 2019.

She said that transit buses in cities globally would likely be the first vehicles to have the new technology. Other top executives said other industrial and commercial uses would follow.

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