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Need a Lift? Remember to Spec the Right Liftgate

Need a Lift? Remember to Spec the Right Liftgate

The primary reasons to buy a liftgate include reducing the risk of injury and the ability to increase efficiency and productivity. However, there are several points to remember when considering available options.

June 26, 2013

What to Do When Upfits Go Wrong

What to Do When Upfits Go Wrong

Experts share their advice on how fleet managers can most effectively manage an upfit “crisis” and get things back on track.

May 28, 2013

6 Mistakes to Avoid When Spec'ing Refrigerated Truck Bodies

6 Mistakes to Avoid When Spec'ing Refrigerated Truck Bodies

Incorrectly spec’ing a refrigerated truck can be costly to both a fleet and a company’s clients. Knowing what mistakes to avoid when spec’ing can go a long way to impacting the bottom line and increasing company business.

March 14, 2013

'Steel' Yourself for the Future of Truck Bodies
How to Spec Dump Bodies for Light- & Medium-Duty Trucks
20-Point Checklist: Spec’ing Flatbed Trucks

20-Point Checklist: Spec’ing Flatbed Trucks

While flatbeds may seem basic, there are several options to consider that impact cost, payload capacity, fuel economy, and crew productivity. Here are 20 points to consider.

January 1, 2011

7 Questions to Ask When Spec'ing a Service Body

7 Questions to Ask When Spec'ing a Service Body

Service technicians utilize a variety of tools and equipment that must be kept organized and within reach. With the multitude of available options, these seven questions will help narrow the field.

November 8, 2010

21 Questions to Ask When Spec'ing Refrigerated Truck Bodies
Spec'ing Box Truck Bodies to Maximize Productivity

Spec'ing Box Truck Bodies to Maximize Productivity

Improving box truck body specs can boost cost savings and crew productivity. Here are some tips to create a clear plan for each truck, matching the right body specs to the application.

November 1, 2008

6 Pros & Cons: Aluminum vs. FRP Van Bodies

6 Pros & Cons: Aluminum vs. FRP Van Bodies

Each material offers benefits and drawbacks. Aluminum may be less expensive, but fiberglass reinforced plywood (FRP) is sturdier. Evaluate your truck application to determine which factors matter most.

November 1, 2008

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