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Thomas Built Buses Celebrates Delivery of New Saf-T-Liner C2

HIGH POINT, N.C. — On Nov. 28, Thomas Built Buses celebrated the start of production and delivery of the first Saf-T-Liner C2 school bus that is equipped with the new Detroit DD5 engine. This delivery comes one month after Thomas Built officially sold its 2018 allocation of DD5 engines.

EPA to Propose New Standard on NOx Emissions

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will pursue a new rule to address heavy-duty truck and engine emission standards for oxides of nitrogen (NOx) that haven’t been updated in 20 years.

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Zonar and Cummins Provide Joint Customers with Enhanced Diagnostics

SEATTLE — Zonar, the leader in smart fleet management technology, and Cummins, Inc. (NYSE: CMI), the leading independent manufacturer of diesel and natural gas engines, controls and emission solutions, today announced that they are offering joint customers Cummins Connected Diagnostics with Connected Advisor. These are two wireless uptime technologies that are included with Cummins engines.

Detroit Diesel Remanufacturing & Bosh Celebrate 10-Year Anniversary of North America Fuel Systems Remanufacturing

KENTWOOD, Mich. — North America Fuel Systems Remanufacturing, LLC. (NAFSR) celebrated its 10-year anniversary yesterday with an employee event and remarks by the mayor of Kentwood. NAFSR is a joint venture between Detroit Diesel Remanufacturing, LLC. and Bosch that produces remanufactured fuel products for heavy duty trucks. The product portfolio includes a wide range of fuel system products that have been revitalized to original equipment specifications.

ROUSH CleanTech Debuts First Propane Autogas Engine 90 Percent Cleaner

LIVONIA, Mich. — Alternative-fuel technology company, ROUSH CleanTech, has developed the first available propane autogas engine certified to California Air Resources Board’s optional low oxides of nitrogen emissions standard for heavy-duty engines, with 0.02 grams per brake horsepower-hour (g/bhp-hr). The engine is 90 percent cleaner than the current Environmental Protection Agency’s most stringent 0.2 g/bhp-hr heavy-duty engine standard.