Brooks Donald was concerned about idle time in his Camden, AL-based flatbed carrier. His fleet of about 25 trucks, a mix of Mack, Peterbilt and Freightliner sleeper models, spends up to a week at a time on the road delivering everything from lumber to steel and other flatbed goods throughout the southeast and as far as Chicago and Texas. But all that travel time brought with it a problem. WilMar Trucking vehicles were idling 50% of the time, and that was too much for Donald. So he went ...

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