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LoadDocs Helps Construction Fleets with Paperwork

LoadDocs is helping the construction industry with the challenge of completing paperwork while on the road.

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Manitowoc Offers Extended Warranty for Cranes

The company now offers two-year standard warranty on newly ordered cranes, as well as three additional tiers of total extended coverage.

Freightliner TufTrac Suspension

The Freightliner TufTrac Suspension is designed for vocational uses including refuse, construction, asphalt spreader, heavy hauling, mining, logging, oil/gas field service, and high-center-of-gravity application

Cross Control S Tire

The BF Goodrich Cross Control S is an all-terrain tire designed for use in construction, logging, and energy applications.

Low Profile HC140 (Gen3) Camera

The HC140 (Gen3) camera monitoring system is designed for applications where placement of the camera is critical for viewing the load.

Boom Truck Market Expected to Cross $500M by 2024

According to a new report, the market for boom and bucket trucks is expected to exceed $500 million by 2024 due to steady demand from utility, electrical contracting, signage, and lighting applications.

Horizontal Directional Drill

The range 2 rig’s 52.6-foot length and 8.2-foot width make it easy to transport, set up, and take down, and offers more production capability than many units with larger dimensions, according to the company.

Switchback Headache Rack

The Switchback headache rack is currently available for the Chevrolet Colorado, GMC Canyon, and Toyota Tacoma, with more applications coming soon.

All About ICUEE: 'The Demo Expo'

The International Construction & Utility Equipment Exposition (ICUEE) is coming to Kentucky in October and promises to be the premier event for utility and contractor fleet professionals.

Benefits of Telematics in Vocational Truck Fleets

Optimizing productivity, reducing downtime, increasing efficiency, and ultimately keeping drivers safe are just a few ways a telematics solution can help benefit vocational truck fleets.