The Fleet Service Technology staff recently attended the North American Commercial Vehicle Show, which, in addition to its expansive exhibits, was host to a veritable treasure trove of news from various sides of the trucking industry. It was a lot to take in, so in the interest of simplifying things, here’s a quick roundup of the parts and service-related news from the show.
OEM dealership programs drive efficiency and uptime—and their lessons go beyond dealerships.
Everyone wants to get paid, right?
Navistar Inc. announced enhancements to its retail inventory management system, which the company said will increase the breadth of parts
A well-organized shop is a well-run one, and one of the ways a well-run shop can set itself apart is
Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac dealers will be able to offer fleets discounts on more than 450,000 GM Genuine Parts and ACDelco maintenance and repair parts.
The program focuses on connecting truck equipment manufacturers (TEMs) with International dealers and providing them with several benefits.
We asked members of the Automotive Lift Institute about how ALI certification for heavy-duty lifts is earned, and why this is important.
A heavy-duty shop can be a dangerous place. And that’s especially true when there’s a 25,000-plus-lb. vehicle over your head.
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