DTNADaimler Trucks North America LLC (Portland, Oregon)
DTNADancing the Night Away (charity foundation)
DTNADirecteur Technique National de l'Arbitrage (French: National Technical Director of Arbitration; Senegal)
DTNADesert Tortoise Natural Area (California, USA)
DTNADirection Technique de la Navigation Aérienne (French: Technical Directorate of Air Navigation; various locations)
DTNADuboce Triangle Neighborhood Association (San Francisco, CA)
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Paul Romanaggi is the new Customer Experience Officer for Daimler Trucks North America (Photo: DTNA)
Our purpose is resolute - we build for our customers,' said Roger Nielsen, president and CEO of DTNA. 'Our team is incredibly proud to be leading the way for the industry, but prouder still to be working with our customers in a process of co-creation to make real electric trucks for real work in the real world.'
Michelin also worked with DTNA on the SuperTruck prototype, providing specially formulated low rolling-resistance tyres.
However, as discussed below, this may be seen as a two-edged sword.<br />Automated 18-wheelers are already being tested on long-haul routes, albeit with human operators behind the wheel ready to take over if needed.<br />Portland-based Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) makes Freightliner tractors, the top branded Class 8 tractors in the U.S.
[35] have identified mutations in DTNA and FAM136A genes in an autosomal dominant Spanish family with MD segregating the phenotype in three women in consecutive generations.
Interroge sur le cout des stages, le responsable de la DTNA a precise que [beaucoup moins que] les prix proposes seront nettement moins chers que ceux payes dans d'autres pays [beaucoup plus grand que].
Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) is collaborating with AT&T (NYSE: T) and Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ: MSFT) with the goal of delivering further enhancements to its Detroit Connect suite of connected vehicle services, the company said.
Al Pearson, chief engineer, Product Validation Engineering, Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA), makes a statement that is probably a great example of understatement: "No one gets into the trucking industry because it is easy."