Wendy Leavitt

Wendy
Leavitt
Director, editorial & market development ,
Fleet Owner

 

Wendy Leavitt joined Fleet Owner in 1998 after serving as editor-in-chief of Trucking Technology magazine for four years.

She began her career in the trucking industry at Kenworth Truck Company in Kirkland, WA where she spent 16 years—the first five years as safety and compliance manager in the engineering department and more than a decade as the company’s manager of advertising and public relations. She has also worked as a book editor, guided authors through the self-publishing process and operated her own marketing and public relations business.

Wendy has a Masters Degree in English and Art History from Western Washington University, where, as a graduate student, she also taught writing.  

Articles
Engine family grows
After more than a year of speculation, Volvo Trucks North America (VTNA) has announced that its new family of Volvo diesel engines will be offered in
Volvo expresses confidence in 07 engines
Peter Karlsten, president and CEO of Volvo Trucks North America, expressed confidence in Volvo's 2007 engine emissions solution during an interview at
Beyond JIT
JIT, just-in-time inventory management, has shaped the modern trucking industry perhaps more than any other single factor. Since the 1970's, it has spread
Volvo expresses confidence in 2007 engines
Peter Karlsten, president and CEO of Volvo Trucks North America, expressed confidence in Volvo’s 2007 engine emissions solution during an interview at the recent ATA Conference & Exhibition in Boston
Zonar debuts RFID inspection system
Seattle-based Zonar Systems, LLC presented its new RFID-driven electronic vehicle inspection reporting system industry at the International Trucking Show in Anaheim, CA last week
WebTech launches wireless fleet management
WebTech Wireless announced the release of Quadrant 7.0, the latest version of its Quadrant wireless fleet management services, at the International Trucking Show (ITS) in Anaheim, CA on Sept. 7
KATRINA UPDATE: Lost port’s massive ripple effect
Located on the 14, 500-mile Mississippi River inland waterway system, the deepwater Port of New Orleans is one of America’s leading general cargo ports
Innovation on demand
I bet you wish you had a nickel for every time you've heard a presentation on innovation. I do. Throw in five cents more for speeches on unlocking the
Virtual toll roads
The central Puget Sound region of Washington State used to be famous for its spectacular mountain-to-bay scenery, painted in a hundred shades of green
fleets online
COMPANY: Smithway Motor Xpress, Inc. OPERATION: Primarily flatbed freight, plus general dry vanDave Zerbe, director of safety Problem: Iowa-based Smithway
Peterbilt's new 386
Not so very long ago, trucks with sleepers looked like a cross between a coffin and Elvis's basement. Top-of-the-line cabs and sleepers sported plenty
Virtual think tank for technology planning
TechCast LLC has recently launched www.techcast.org, which offers analyses of critical technological trends in all fields, including transportation and energy
Truckers need to think integrated shipping
A new report released by IBM Business Consulting Services, shows that near-term profits in the market for container shipping services are at an all-time high and that the market is growing at 8% to 10% per year
Wi-Finding your way
On June 8, 2005, New York City-based Mexens Technology introduced a brand new tracking and navigation system called AlwaysOnGPS. The System blends GPS
Forecast: Heavier trucks
Ever since President Eisenhower signed the bill creating the Interstate highway system in 1956, the federal government has been regulating truck size
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