The City of Moundsville, W.Va., has a new facility that is large enough to accommodate the city’s four garbage trucks and two rooms for employees. It also has drains set into the floor that are hooked up to the wash station.
Optimized for fire truck applications, the IdlePro Extreme 12V, 420-amp heavy-duty alternator is engineered to deliver output at low-engine speeds to keep vehicles running longer.
Booster, a gas delivery service, announced that fuel delivery and tire care services are available for fleets in Texas and California.
The City of Columbus, Ohio, has become the first public agency in the United States to proctor testing on site for the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE).
Sikaflex-271 PowerCure is specially designed for manual applications where adhesion and strength buildup within a short period of time is required, and well-suited for direct glazing in assembly lines and for repair.
Utilizing advanced imaging technology, the geoliner 630 provides accurate, real time measurements that generate serious productivity benefits at an economical price point.
Milwaukee's M12 compact cordless tire inflator has the ability to top off a car tire in under one minute, according to the company.
Engineered with Milwaukee's advanced M12 technology, the new tool rivets up to 2 times faster and requires 65% less muscle effort than hand tools and can pop up to 3/16-inch stainless steel rivets.
Hunter's new tire changer is made to service tires for trucks, tractors, and other heavy-duty equipment. New features include a hydraulic shuttle for the tool arm and standard skidder clamp.
Stertil-Koni has incorporated its advanced, full-color, touch-screen control console into the company’s high-pressure inground telescopic piston lifting system — the Diamond Lift.
The City of Manhattan, Kan., needs to construct a new $10-12 million facility to house and centralize several departments, including fleet, and fleet ownership needs to be consolidated, according to a consultant.
The City of El Paso, Texas, fleet expects to save money after purchasing a machine to run vehicle emissions testing in-house, a job that was previously outsourced.
The Lord 7800 two-component adhesive system can deliver extremely rapid cure to its final strength with excellent sag resistance and easy mix ratio.
There is a shift away from internal combustion engines and toward electric powertrain engines. How can fleets and automotive students prepare for this change?
Many fleets have a list of vendors they can call for outsourced work. What if this list isn’t enough?