Tag: service truck

Trucks vary greatly in size, power, and configuration, with the smallest being mechanically similar to an automobile. Commercial trucks can be very large and powerful, and may be configured to mount specialized equipment, such as in the case of fire trucks and concrete mixers and suction excavators.

Alan Marsh Retires from Stellar Industries

Alan Marsh Retires from Stellar Industries

Garner, Iowa – Stellar Industries, Inc. announces the retirement of Alan Marsh, National Sales, as of May 15th. While at Stellar, Marsh worked diligently to secure additional distribution across the country for the Stellar Industries mechanics service truck products and has established and developed relationships with key contacts within large

IMT Introduces New Distributor in Eastern Missouri, Southern Illinois

GARNER, Iowa (March 31, 2015) ““ Iowa Mold Tooling Co. Inc. (IMT), an Oshkosh Corporation company (NYSE:OSK), announces the addition of Kahn Truck Equipment Company to its distributor network. Located in St. Louis, Missouri, Kahn Truck Equipment serves IMT customers in eastern Missouri and southern Illinois. The custom mechanics and

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Rayco Manufacturing Inc. The new RCT60 Field Service Truck from Rayco is the solution for carrying tools, supplies, fuel, and service personnel over difficult terrain on off-road job sites. The RCT60 Field Service Truck combines a custom built Jomac Service Body with the RCT60 rubber track Crawler Truck to provide

RCT60 Field Service Truck

RCT60 Field Service Truck

The new RCT60 Field Service Truck from Rayco is the solution for carrying tools, supplies, fuel, and service personnel over difficult terrain on off-road jobsites. The RCT60 Field Service Truck combines a custom built JOMAC Service Body with the RCT60 rubber track Crawler Truck to provide in-field service capability, eliminating

Fluids in the Field

Fluids in the Field

Everything can be done in the field, declares Jim Hutchek, director of sales and marketing for On-Site Analysis Inc., referring to maintenance. In fact, equipment manufacturers are now supplying equipment so contractors can do it themselves. “The technology is here; take advantage of it!” Several are, as more service providers

The Right Truck for the Right Site

The Right Truck for the Right Site

Many of the best construction sites for housing and industry in this country have been used up. More than ever, new construction is forced into sites with wet conditions and steeper grades. Those are the sites where excavators and articulated dump trucks shine. They are the best earthmoving tools for

Controlling the Airspace

Landfill operators have to be diligent in their tracking of airspace utilization. This is because landfills basically sell thin air, and their profitability depends directly on how much waste they can pack into a given volume of disposal space. But operators will have no idea how well they are using

Gentlemen, Start Your Engines!

Gentlemen, Start Your Engines!

Engine developments top the news of construction trucks these days. For one thing, there may be a natural-gas powered truck in your future. Engine builders and truck manufacturers alike have developed natural gas engines for vocational trucks and are pressing ahead to expand the technology’s use.

Natural gas offers the benefits

Portable CAF Fire-Suppression Systems

Experienced landfill operators know that fires are a constant possibility and an occasional reality.  When a fire does occur at a landfill, in most cases it’s dealt with by one of two old standbys: soil or water.

In many situations, those materials are well suited to putting out a fire. However,

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