Eleven months ago, TAXA Outdoors, a Houston-based manufacturer of camper trailers appealing to the adventurous, began brainstorming what the company’s 18-foot travel trailer look like – the company’s biggest product yet.
Media, government agencies and consumers in hurricane-affected areas of the US Gulf Coast and Southeast, whose fuel supplies were disrupted by recent Hurricanes Irma and Harvey, may now access live data visualizations from GasBuddy of the storms’ impact in gasoline terms.
Ganesh Panneer, chairman of the Aluminum Association Aluminum Transportation Group, and VP and general manager of automotive at Novelis, testified on behalf of the aluminum industry before the EPA during a public hearing held in Washington, D.C.
Powerwall is hitting the road and making its way around Australia to educate the public on how to generate, store and use renewable energy for their home. The energy storage device will be attached to the conceptual Tesla Tiny House, which will be towed by the all-electric Tesla Model X.
ARI Network Services announced that it has set a special meeting for ARI shareholders to approve the proposed acquisition by an affiliate of True Wind Capital Management, a San Francisco-based private equity firm focused on investing in leading technology companies.
Wabash National Corp., a leading producer of semi-trailers and liquid transportation systems, announced it will acquire all outstanding shares of Supreme Industries in a cash tender offer for $21 per share, which represents an equity value of $364 million and an enterprise value of $342 million.
The company has expanded both its offerings and its acquisitions in recent years, affording it “the opportunity to … further expand our presence as a key component supplier,” CEO Todd Cleveland said in a recent earnings call.