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Missouri's Interstate 49 nears completion

Wednesday, November 28th, 2012

Officials in Missouri have almost completed the new Interstate 49 highway designation, according to Truckinginfo.com.

Ford Motor Company and Newman's Own have partnered with Feeding America for the 12th consecutive year, and will work together to fill 107 refrigerated Ford trucks with Newman's Own food products for less-fortunate Americans.

Navistar International Corporation has launched an initiative called Operation Assist, designed as a disaster relief program to help victims with recovery efforts after Hurricane Sandy recently ravaged the East Coast.

Clean Energy Fuels released a second edition of "The Road to Natural Gas" to update trucking companies, airports, fleet management officials, refuse haulers and other organizations about the advantages of making the switch to natural gas.

With an increasing number of open truck driving jobs in the United States, Ellen Voie, founder of Women in Trucking, is working to encourage female truck drivers to get behind the wheel, according to The Financial.

Trucking Social Media will hold its second annual Truck Driver Social Media Convention, allowing CDL drivers and other trucking officials to come together and celebrate the industryÂ’s accomplishments.

Old Dominion Freight Line is expanding its service into Canada with a relocation and expansion of the Detroit Service Center, according to Truck News.

Alaska Governor Sean Parnell recently visited natural gas company, Interior Alaska, and will help promote energy projects in the region.

The Heavy Duty Manufacturers Association recently announced the addition of the Heavy Duty Aftermarket Dialogue Conference, the newest component to the Heavy Duty Dialogue conference series.

The American Trucking AssociationsÂ’ Board of Directors recently elected Michael Card, president of Combined Transport in Central Point, Oregon, as the agencyÂ’s new chairman.

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