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New Diesel Emissions Regs Mean New Engine Oil Category

Work is starting on developing a new API diesel engine oil category to help meet the demands of upcoming greenhouse gas and fuel mileage regulations.

https://www.truckinginfo.com/10160275/new-diesel-emissions-regs-mean-new-engine-oil-category

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Q&A: Mack’s David Galbraith Talks Heavy-Duty Market Trends

Only weeks after stepping into his new role as vice president of global brand and marketing for Mack Trucks, David Galbraith spoke to HDT about the latest...

https://www.truckinginfo.com/10158575/qa-macks-david-galbraith-talks-heavy-duty-market-trends

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Q&A: Navistar Marketing VP Diane Hames on Class 8 Trends

Navistar's vice president of marketing talks trends in Class 8 trucks, production slowdowns and electric vehicles, among other things.

https://www.truckinginfo.com/10158539/qa-navistar-marketing-vp-diane-hames-on-class-8-trends

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