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Tighter Standards & Today’s Engines By Marek Krasuski Tighter emissions regulations spearheaded by the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) continue to force engine builders to design new builds that meet, and even exceed EPA requirements while maintaining power output. Better fuel economy and raw power set the parameters for new builds, and 2017 is another watershed…

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Cash Flow: There’s an App for That By Robert Bleier, CFO, Tailwind Transportation Software Know of the demands placed upon your business for cash. You have drivers all over the continent, trucking hard and doing the best they can to make a decent living. They get paid twice a month, and they know that if…

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Trends at ICUEE 2017 This year’s International Construction and Utility Equipment Exposition exceeded expectations with specialized exhibits, hands-on test drives, interactive product demonstrations and lots of activity and leads in the booths. The 2017 installment of the Demo Expo was the largest in the show’s history with 28-plus acres of exhibits (nearly 1.24 million net…

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Visco Industrial Sales By Al Tucker My most recent travels have taken me 50 kilometers northwest of Toronto, to the former 1822 mill town of Bolton, Ontario, now within the boundaries of Caledon, in the region of Peel. Horse drawn Stage Coaches once provided transportation from the GTA. In the Bolton area, good farmland once…

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