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More Vocational Fleets Adopt Lightweighting Strategy

More Vocational Fleets Adopt Lightweighting Strategy

A growing trend in second-stage manufacturing is light-weighting, which involves specifying lighter-weight materials to achieve an overall weight reduction to an upfitted vehicle. Specifying lighter-weight upfit materials decreases the vehicle’s curb weight, which, in turn, lowers operating costs by reducing fuel consumption and decreases emissions.

GM Confirms Electric Chevrolet Silverado

Chevrolet confirms the first-ever electric Silverado full-size truck, with a GM-estimated range...

The first-ever electric Silverado full-size truck will have a GM-estimated range of more than 400 miles and will be built at Factory ZERO, the renamed Detroit-Hamtramck Assembly Center.

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Manager of National Fleet Operations for Mazda Passes Away

Dave Funston

Dave Funston, manager, national fleet operations for Mazda North American Operations, passed away on April 1, 2021, following a three-year battle with colon cancer. He was 61.He has the distinction, to date, of being longest reining fleet manager in the history of Mazda North American Operations.

A Roadmap for U.S. Postal Service Electrification

One path to correcting the problem is to work within the current contract and require a higher...

There are many unanswered questions regarding Oshkosh Defense’s $6 billion contract with USPS, including whether an electric prototype or a “swappable” drivetrain even exists. Yet there are ways to achieve electrification of the USPS fleet and avoid living with Postmaster General Louis DeJoy’s ham-handed decision for decades to come.