Heavy Duty Trucking

JUL 2014

The Fleet Business Authority

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www.truckiningfo.com JULY 2014 • HDT 25 There's no beating the ease of doing business with your trusted local truck parts distributor. As part of North America's Leading Truck Parts Network ® , your local VIPAR Heavy Duty Parts Professional offers the brands you want and the expertise you need, with the strength and resources of a network of over 500 locations throughout the U.S., Canada, Mexico, and Puerto Rico. The Right People. The Right Parts. The Right Places. Find out more at www.vipar.com © 2014 VIPAR Heavy Duty The Expertise of Your Local Truck Parts Professional Backed by the Power of a North American Network www.VIPAR.com Circle 161 on Reader Action Card $26 million The amount Mack Trucks will spend to upgrade its Macungie Cab & Vehicle Assembly facility in Macungie, Penn. 1,500 The number of new for-hire trucking jobs added in May, ac- cording to the U.S. Labor Depart- ment. The 1.4 million workers now $140,929 The fine levied by the California Air Resources Board against JR Cus- tom Harvesting and its associates New Venture Trucking and Zion Harvest for state air quality violations. by the employed in the for-hire trucking sector is up 1.6%, or 22,400 jobs, from a year ago, and up 13.6% from March 2010, the post-recession low. Employment in trucking remains 3.6% below the pre-recession peak of January 2007. summer. y Hankook Tire held a groundbreak- ing ceremony for its new research and development center, the Hankook Technodome, in Korea. y Hendrickson is buying the leaf spring and stabilizer segments from the Austrian Frauenthal Group along with a number of their subsidiaries in Europe, allowing it to broaden its footprint in Europe to better support its global spring customer base. y Marathon Petroleum subsidiary Speedway is buying convenience-store company Hess Retail Holdings, for $2.9 billion, reportedly creating the second largest convenience store chain in the U.S. y Pegasus TransTech has acquired competitor TripPak Services and ACS Advertising from Xerox. y Celadon Group has sold off its minority ownership in TruckersB2B for approximately $21 million. Celadon expects to use the proceeds to pay down bank debt. the Hankook Technodome, in Korea.

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