Before NASCAR’s race cars hit the track, they need to be hauled there, and, thanks to a new partnership agreement, Lehigh Valley-made Mack Trucks will continue to do the job.
With the recent delivery of the LiveWire all-electric motorcycle at Keystone Harley-Davidson in Parryville, the industry is getting a glimpse of its future.
Monroe County manufacturer Vigon International will benefit from state funding will help it extend natural gas service for a multi-million dollar project that will create an additional 75 jobs.
911,970 -- That’s the number of passengers that flew out of Lehigh Valley International Airport in Hanover Township, Lehigh County last year.
Penske Truck Leasing employees competed in a company wide Tech Showdown Competition last month designed to test, sharpen and evaluate its maintenance staff on the skills required to maintain commercial trucks. Approximately 1,300 Penske technicians and customer service representatives competed in the nationwide event. They were challenged via timed, hands-on and written assessments.
As Allegiant Travel Co. prepares to open its aircraft base at Lehigh Valley International Airport next month, the company is branching out to offer new routes for travelers. Today, the Las Vegas-based company said it will offer service to Chicago Midway International Airport from LVIA starting May 14.
A fourth quarter report on the industrial real estate market for the Interstate-78/81 corridor shows supply outpacing demand overall during 2019, according to the real estate firm CBRE.
With the sale of the shuttered Easton Iron & Metal Co. in Easton finalized, the Easton Redevelopment Authority is focusing attention on what to do with the 15-acre property it bought on Bushkill Drive.
A day after announcing it would lay off more than 300 workers, Mack Trucks was able to show off what may be a vehicle of the future.
A nationwide trucking and transportation business will lease an additional facility in Schuylkill Haven. Evans Network of Companies, which employs close to 400 people and operates a fleet of 7,000 trucks, will lease a property at 100 W. Columbia St., while maintaining its national headquarters in Schuylkill Haven, located less than a mile away, also on Columbia Street.
Mack Trucks has informed employees that it will lay off 305 people at its Lehigh Valley operations in Lower Macungie Township because of lower demand.
Air Products & Chemicals of Trexlertown will invest $500 million to build a project with Gulf Coast Ammonia in Texas City, Texas, to produce hydrogen.