Archive for April, 2012

From Sewing Machines to Big Rigs – White Motor Company

History of White Trucks White Trucks, also known as White Motor Company, was founded in 1900 by Thomas H. White. Thomas was also the founder of the White Sewing Machine company. Two years prior to that White had bought a Locomobile steam car and his son, Rollin, worked to improve its design and makeup. Rollin [...]

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Volvo – Innovation in Trucks from 1920′s to Today

Volvo – the History Volvo Trucks has its headquarters in Sweden and is considered to be the second biggest brand of heavy truck manufacturer. It is owned by Volvo Group-AB Volvo. As of 2011, Volvo was making their trucks in 15 different countries and has been selling more than 100,000 trucks a year all over [...]

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Isuzu Heavy Duty Trucks- The Story of Isuzu Trucks

History of Isuzu Heavy Duty Vehicles Isuzu Motors Limited is a well-known Japanese company that has made both cars and trucks in several sizes, and their heavy duty commercial truck series are very popular and widely used. They have become a very well respected and innovative company. Start of Isuzu Motors Limited Brand Though it [...]

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Sterling Trucks – The Complete Sterling Truck Story

History of Sterling Trucks William Sternberg began the original Sterling Trucks Company in the beginning of the 1900s under his own name. The Sterling name came in 1916 due to the fact that Sternberg was German, and during this timeframe many people didn’t like the Germans due to World War I, so he didn’t want [...]

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