#MACK TRUCKS

Production

Toyota Resumes Output in Venezuela After 6-Month Hiatus

Toyota Motor Corp. says it has resumed vehicle production in Cumana, Venezuela, after a shortage of hard currency forced a shutdown there six months ago.

Production

Carmakers Poised to Resume Production in Venezuela

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, General Motors and Toyota are ready to resume production in Venezuela over the next two months after the government agreed to let them sell their vehicles in U.S. dollars, Bloomberg News says, citing unnamed sources.

Mobility

Volvo Repeats as Telematics Carmaker of the Year

For the second straight year, the annual TU-Automotive Detroit conference in Novi, Mich., named Zhejiang Geely Holding Group Ltd.'s Volvo Cars unit carmaker of the year for telematics applications.

Economics

Brazil Demand Could Fuel Big-Truck Rebound

Swedish truckmaker Volvo AB expects the commercial vehicle market to grow 4% to 230,000 units in Europe and 21% to 105,000 trucks in Brazil this year as the global economy recovers.

Diesel

Ruling May Halt Sales of Navistar 13-Liter Diesel

A U.S. appeals court in Washington, D.C., has thrown out an Environmental Protection Agency rule that allowed Navistar International Corp. to sell a 13-liter heavy-duty diesel engine that doesn't comply with U.S. 2010 emission standards.

Sales

Ruling May Stop Navistar Sales of Big Diesels

A U.S. appeals court in Washington, D.C., has thrown out an Environmental Protection Agency rule that has allowed Navistar International Corp. to sell 13-liter heavy-duty diesel engines that doesn't comply with U.S. 2010 emission standards.