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  • Roll off Trailers Manufacturers-BENLEE Roll off Trailers for Sale

    Roll off trailer manufacturer BENLEE is the #1 Roll off trailer company in North America, selling from California to Maine and Florida to Alaska, as well as Canada, Mexico and more.  Ontario, Alberta and more! The great state of Texas is a home to many of our trailers, including Dallas, Houston, Ft Worth and more!  We are the lead manufacture of semi roll off trailers and can even help ...


    By Benlee, Inc.

  • Roll off Trailer Manufacturers-Trailers for sale-BENLEE

    BENLEE is the the #1 roll off trailer manufacturer in the U.S. Canada and Mexico.  We sell direct and have not dealers or distributors, so you save the mark up and have the best of the best in service and parts due to no middle man!  This means of course we stock completed trailers for same day pick up!  We have two three and SEVEN axle trailers in stock.  We have of course ...


    By Benlee, Inc.

  • Pup Trailer-Roll off Trailer-BENLEE Pup Trailer For Sale-Manufacturer

    Pup Trailers are for sale at BENLEE.  We are the leading Pup Trailer company now in the U.S.  We sell direct to save you money and since our units are ‘bullet proof’ and require little or no spare parts, there is no need for a distributor to put on a mark up on the trailers.   We are a dealer and a manufacturer.  We make both dead pup trailers-no hydraulics and ...


    By Benlee, Inc.

  • Rail and Trucking Industries Face Off in Freight Hauling Rate Battle

    Price wars are shaking up the shipping industry as rail lines lower prices to keep and attract customers. Following a turbulent 2015 that was impacted by the west coast labor disputes, BNSF and other railways are offering significantly reduced spot rates for 53-foot containers on routes across the country. ...


    By DJProducts, Inc.

  • Global Tank Truck Conference Video!

    Global Tank Truck Conference 2016 Marketed nationwide, GTTC 2016, brought to you by Amthor International, will bring together different companies that work ...


    By Amthor International

  • PTO Vac Truck with Jetter System (Video)

    Vac-Tron Equipment is on a roll. Only one year after releasing their very first HTV (Hydro Truck Vac) PTO, they are now introducing their NEW JTV (Jetter Truck Vac) PTO series. The JTV 873 PTO is a new series of PTO truck driven systems that combine vacuum excavation with high pressure jetter capabilities putting this truck in a league of its own. The Power Take Off of the truck drives ...


    By Vac-Tron Equipment

  • Leading The Charge in California, Frito-Lay Rolls Out Growing Fleet of All-electric Delivery Trucks

    Senior leadership from PepsiCo's Frito-Lay North America division was joined today by California Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr., Matt Rodriquez, secretary of the ...


  • How a trucking company went green to save green

    Understanding the energy impact of different types of light bulbs is important, and plays a much larger role in energy efficiency than most realize. Short of turning the lights off, one way to cut back on this energy consumption is to install T8 linear fluorescent lights in place of older, less efficient technologies like incandescent, metal halide or high-pressure sodium. Another is to install ...

  • Daimer Introduces Pressure Washer For Forklift Truck Cleaning

    Daimer®, the well-known U.S. brand of pressure washer machines, easily portable auto detailing systems, and more, is now offering the Super Max™ 7000, a powerful electric pressure washer for cleaning forklift trucks. This machine is equipped to deal with the challenges of cleaning forklift trucks. The heavy-duty 1.5 HP NEMA motor adds to the power of the pressure cleaner system, making ...


    By Daimer Industries Inc.

  • U.S. Heavy Trucks Must Burn Less Fuel, Cut CO2 Emissions

    The Obama Administration is proposing standards for heavy and medium-duty trucks and buses that are expected to improve fuel efficiency by one-third and cut carbon emissions to fight climate change, while fortifying U.S. energy security and inspiring innovative technologies. The standards proposed Friday by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Transportation’s ...

  • FMCSA issues proposed rule on hours-of-service requirements for commercial truck drivers

    The U.S. Department of Transportation's Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) today issued a regulatory proposal that would revise hours-of-service (HOS) requirements for commercial truck drivers. "A fatigued driver has no place behind the wheel of a large commercial truck," said Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood. "We are committed to an hours-of-service rule that will help create ...


    By The Compliance Center (ICC)

  • Clean air advocates sue feds to save clean trucks

    The Federal Maritime Commission violated environmental laws when it attempted last month to block clean truck programs at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, according to a lawsuit filed today in California federal court by the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), Sierra Club and the Coalition for Clean Air. The programs, which went into effect October 1, will protect millions of ...

  • In 2012 - Less nitrogen oxides and particulate matters from trucks and buses in the EU

    The European Commission welcomes this week's support of the European Parliament for its proposal to reduce in 2012 emissions from trucks and busses of nitrogen oxides by 80% and particulate matter by 66% compared to the Euro V stage. The proposal will also add to the competitiveness of the European automotive industry through the introduction of world-wide harmonised test procedures and ...

  • Trucking Industry sues to stall Southern California clean air plans

    In an effort that, if successful, will damage and delay port commerce and development, the American Trucking Association filed suit today against the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, attempting to block a clean trucks plan both ports are planning to implement as of October 1, 2008. Plans adopted by both ports to replace 16,000 dirty, diesel-polluting trucks will provide significant clean air ...

  • Kent-based trucking company fined over $46,000 for chemical reporting violations

    Quality Carriers, Inc., will pay over $46,000 to settle hazardous chemical reporting violations at its facility in Kent, Washington, according to a consent agreement with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The company is an off-loading facility that transfers chemicals from rail cars to on-road trucks. According to EPA, in 2009 the company stored large amounts of hydrogen peroxide above ...

  • Supreme Court rules against Port of Los Angeles clean trucks program

    The Port of Los Angeles may not implement its “off-street parking” and “placard” requirements contained in the Port’s pioneering clean truck program, according to an opinion issued today by the U.S. Supreme Court. The remaining parts of the Port’s clean truck program adopted in October 2008, including its requirements that cleaner, less polluting trucks serve ...

  • Metal company fined after forklift truck runs over worker

    An international metal-processing company has been fined GBP£12,500 after one of its workers was run over by a forklift truck in Bolton. All Metal Services Limited (AMS) was prosecuted by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) following the incident at the company's warehouse on the Wingates Industrial Park in Westhoughton on 8 September 2008. Derek Baxter, from Radcliffe, was kneeling down to ...

  • Engine and Truck Manufacturers Ready to Tackle New EPA/NHTSA Rule to Improve Fuel Efficiency and Reduce Greenhouse Gases from Heavy-Duty Engines and Trucks

    The U. S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) today announced the nation’s first-ever regulations to improve fuel efficiency and reduce greenhouse gas emissions from medium and heavy-duty on-highway trucks and engines. The agencies’ work on today’s final rule began in earnest in May 2010 ...

  • Court overturns part of LA port`s trucking plan

    The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday partially overturned a Port of Los Angeles anti-smog program that replaced thousands of aging trucks with cleaner-burning models and forced trucking companies to sign agreements to meet other regulations. The court struck down two sections of the complicated 2008 ordinance that required short-haul trucking firms using the nation's largest port complex to develop ...


    By Associated Press

  • North America`s largest natural gas truck fleet hits the road

    Westport Innovations Inc. has announced that Heckmann Corporation, a water solutions company focused on water issues worldwide and, in particular, oil and natural gas exploration and production, is teaming up with Encana Natural Gas Inc., a subsidiary of Encana Corporation, Westport and Peterbilt Motors Company, a division of PACCAR Inc to transition its truck fleet from traditional diesel ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

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