Contract maintenance is certainly nothing new in trucking.  Back in 1938—a mere five years after its birth—Ryder System sealed a five-year, five-truck lease deal with Champagne Velvet Beer, a deal that largely hinged on contract maintenance services. Since then, plenty of wrinkles have come to the contract maintenance game. These include such innovations as parts inventory management for a customer’s shop and staffing fleet shops with technicians contracted from ...

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