When it comes to alternative power, the right fit is everything. But hitting that “sweet spot” can be a lot tougher than it seems.
This intensely practical, how-to webinar features special guest speakers Jeff Bush, National Fleet Purchasing Manager with Nestlé Waters North America, and Ronald Gitelman CAFM,MBA, MPA, Fleet Management Program Administrator for Yale University. Bush and Gitelman share their experienced-based insights on successfully choosing and deploying alternative power vehicles from operating issues (sometimes unexpected) to maintenance tips and ROI. Presented by Fleet Owner and sponsored by Ryder.
The trends are nothing new. Growth of commerce directly correlates to the expansion of packaged-goods delivery to businesses and homes across the country. The volume of deliverables, from household goods and business supplies to fresh food and produce, perishable products and a wide range of commodities, continues to grow, in large part due to the convenience of online shopping and ordering.
If today’s driver shortage has you thinking about raising pay rates to attract and keep good drivers, this unique webinar should be a must-see before you lock that new compensation program into place. As it turns out, changing the way fleets talk about and package driver pay can impact driver satisfaction and loyalty as much as pay rate increases, maybe even more.
Gamber-Johnson has unveiled a new vehicle docking station for users of the Panasonic Toughbook 54 semi-rugged laptop computer.
Orders are now being accepting and the docking station will be begin shipping in May.
Gamber-Johnson’s Toughbook 54 vehicle dock is designed to leverage the expandability of the laptop and will accommodate the Toughbook 54 Performance model, and all models with the following integrated options: Insertable SmartCard (bottom), 2nd LAN, 4th USB (2.0), Rugged Fischer USB, VGA and Serial.
Galbreath has rolled out a new lightweight roll-off trailer offering a shorter overall length for improved maneuverability.
The M6 250 series weighs just 15,650 lbs. yet provides a gross vehicle weight rating of 72,500 lbs. Designed to handle roll-offs with heavy loads like scrap and construction materials, it offers container size capacity up to 30 ft.
Drivewyze recently reached an agreement with the Florida Dept. of Agriculture and Consumer Services (FDACS) Office of Agricultural Law Enforcement (OALE) to allow qualified carriers to bypass the Florida agriculture interdiction sites using Drivewyze PreClear. The OALE will allow qualified fleets to bypass agriculture inspection sites through the mobile inspection site bypass service.
MHC Kenworth-Colorado has received the 2014 Kenworth Dealer of the Year Award from Kenworth Truck Co. The company also announced several other awards along with its Service and Parts councils at the annual Kenworth Dealer Meeting, held in Phoenix, AZ.