March 21, 2018
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Cutting-edge technology featured at The Work Truck Show ® 2018
A drone delivery vehicle, virtual reality, hybrids, alt-powered vehicles, and more - The Work Truck Show 2018 had it all.
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GTA makes changes to Board of Governors
GTA made several changes to the Board of Governors during The Work Truck Show 2018.  View entire Board .
Lake Michigan Clean Cities Consortium to host Green Drive$
Three Clean Cities Coalitions are joining forces to host a major Chicago-area green technology conference May 17, 2018. The event will feature speakers from MotorWeek, fleets, NTEA, automakers and more.   Learn more and register .
Daimler Trucks handed over the first all-electric Fuso eCanter trucks to three fleets in Great Britain. This now brings the electric light-duty truck to a further major market following the market launches in New York, Tokyo, and Berlin.  Full story
Roush CleanTech promotes Mouw to president
Propane autogas vehicle modifier Roush CleanTech has promoted Todd Mouw to president and made several other personnel changes. Full story
Ford product strategy pushes trucks, hybrids, Tesla Fighter
Ford Motor Company announced a sweeping strategy that doubles down on truck and SUV models, ramps up hybrid offerings, makes automated safety systems standard and launches a Tesla-fighting electric crossover. Full story
Isuzu testing out electric trucks
Beginning with an electrified Class 4 NPR-HD, Isuzu's group of battery electric cab-over trucks could make it into customers' hands later this year for fleet demonstrations. Full story