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Dur-A-Lift's New Cable Placer Unit

Dur-A-Lift, Inc., introduced its new DCP-36 Cable Placer with 400 pounds of side pull, 50 pounds of down pull, and 41 feet of working height.

NESCO Renames to NESCO Specialty Rentals

The name change reflects its continued commitment to providing specialized equipment to the transmission and distribution markets, as well as increased investment and growth in the specialized assets needed to support the telecom, rail, and other markets.

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.

Cox Hoping for Exemption to Calif. City's Parking Ban

Cox Enterprises, Inc. has begun discussions with elected leaders in Santa Barbara, Calif., to determine whether a new law banning overnight parking of cargo vans on city streets would affect its drivers, a company spokesperson said.

Vocational Spotlight: Cable and Telecom

Cable and telecom fleets provide services vital to just about every other industry and vocation — they keep businesses able to communicate. Downtime is not an option, and upfitting needs are unique.

Cox Enterprises Names Fleet Operations Director

Jim Bigelow has been promoted to senior director of enterprise fleet operations for Cox Enterprises. He reports to Mark Leuenberger, assistant vice president of supply chain and fleet services.

Time Warner Cable Sets Emissions Reduction Goal

Time Warner Cable is ratcheting up its emissions-reduction initiative for its service fleet by setting a goal of lowering greenhouse gas emissions by at least 30 percent by the end of 2016.