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$17M CONSTRUCTION PROJECT AT CHILLICOTHE KENWORTH PLANT

Kenworth’s plant in Chillicothe, Ohio, is undergoing a $17M construction project to enhance assembly efficiencies, the company has announced.  The 25,000 square-foot addition, which is being built on top of the current plant, will feature a  climate-controlled environment to provide quality improvements for painted parts and a new system will increase the plant’s efficiency by using technology to achieve rapid storage of painted parts, and faster delivery of those parts when needed on the assembly line.  8 more words

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Driving the Kenworth T680, T880

Kenworth demonstrates comfort, efficiency and versatility of T680 and T880 models

CHILLICOTHE, Ohio — A US$400-million investment by Paccar in the development of the Kenworth T680/T880 cab platform appears to be paying off. 1,094 more words

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DANNY JOE HOLLIS AND WILLETA REAVES KILLED IN COLLISION WITH 18 WHEELER

The Arkansas State Police have released a preliminary accident report of a collision occurring in Pulaski County on May 15, 2016 at 11:39 p.m. on I-40 at I-440. 162 more words

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TRUCK PARKING APP

To help address a shortage of truck parking in many areas of the country, the recently formed Truck Parking Leadership Initiative is developing a free app call PARK MY TRUCK to locate truck parking information and find available spaces. 92 more words

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XL SPECIALIZED ANNOUNCES THE XL90

XL SPECIALIZED TRAILERS has launched the XL 90 Hydraulic Detachable Extendable loboy trailer designed with extendable technology to stretch the main deck.  The extendable main deck can increase in length from 28 feet 4 inches to 50 feet 3 inches with extension stops every 24 inches.  155 more words

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PACCAR PARTS OPENS NEW DISTRIBUTION CENTER

PACCAR PARTS  has opened its new $32 million distribution center in Renton, Washington.   The 160,000-square-foot facility is nearly three times the size of its predecessor, which was built in 1973.   86 more words

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CATERPILLAR EXITS ON-HIGHWAY TRUCK BUSINESS

CATERPILLAR is discontinuing production of on-highway trucks.  In 2011, CAT, in conjunction with NAVISTAR, started manufacturing vocational trucks for the on-highway market.  While CAT has discontinued production, they will continue to support the trucks currently on the road.  33 more words

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