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Jean-Jacques Lafont, Chief Executive Officer of Alliance Automotive Group added, "The addition of Todd complements the AAG network and builds on our industry leading position as the largest distributor to the independent heavy-duty aftermarket in France.
Based on figures provided by the DGH, Taiwan has a total of 107,833 registered electric scooters, of which ordinary heavy-duty scooters are the majority at 58,746, followed by 47,676 for ordinary light-duty, 1,372 for small light-duty, 28 for large heavy-duty, and 11 for those exceeding 550cc.
"For our heavy-duty electric bus to break the previous world record of 1,013.76 miles - which was set by a light-duty passenger EV 46 times lighter than the Catalyst E2 max - is a major feat," Matt Horton, Proterra's chief commercial officer, said Tuesday in a statement shared with International Business Times.
The largest private employer in Chautauqua County, N.Y., with over 1,400 employees working in the 1 million-plus square feet, 3amestown is one of Cummins 28 worldwide manufacturing locations and produces many of the heavy-duty engines, including the ISX15, the ISX12 and the ISM diesel models.
As part of its commitment to meeting customer needs, FleetPride continues to seek out strategic partners among successful distributors and heavy-duty fleet owners, McGee said.Country: USASector: Wholesale/Retail, Motor VehiclesTarget: Westpac Heavy Duty Inc, Westpac Heavy Duty of California LLC Buyer: FleetPride Inc Type: Corporate acquisitionStatus: Closed
(CMC), the local agent of Mitsubishi/Fuso trucks and buses, to be the largest seller of heavy-duty vehicles on the island in 2010.
The conference is largely viewed as the nation's premier gathering of the heavy-duty vehicle industry, military and regulatory leaders, and focuses on the need for, challenges of, and solutions to providing cleaner and more efficient vehicles.
Heavy-duty central granulators for thick-walled parts, pipe and purgings include units able to grind up to 6500 lb/hr.
* The heavy-duty configuration includes a two-over-three tine design with solid tines and serrated teeth.
* Auto, heavy-duty balers produce extra large, high-density bales
Heller Machine Tools (www.heller-machines.com; Troy, MI) is offering a new lineup of machines for heavy-duty crankshaft milling, the RFK series, which are available in two types: for external or internal cutting.
EU requirements aimed at limiting polluting emissions from heavy-duty engines are to be tightened up, both in terms of technical specifications and testing and control procedures to ensure that all vehicles conform to the established standards.
Made with three heavy-duty wheels to aid transportation, the Gorilla bag (42"X16"X16") is ideal for team equipment or individual sporting gear, according to the company.
-- After using a radio and print advertising campaign earlier this year to alert consumers to the difference between heavy-duty zinc batteries and alkalines, Gillette Co.'s Duracell division is taking its message to television.
Collaborative product and technology development firm TIAX and industry forecasting firm Global Insight recently released a new report, titled "The Future of Heavy-Duty Powertrains," which predicts that new developments in powertrain technology will lead to the future use of cleaner and more efficient heavy-duty vehicles.