Fleet Profile Archives - Fleet Equipment Magazine
Peninsula Truck Lines gets awards for customer service

The company received the highest Net Promoter Score at 84.8%. The average score of carriers in the study was 44.8%.

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Nicholas Trucking on cutting costs and emissions

Early success with propane-powered trucks has the fleet planning to replace more diesel trucks.

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How Western Express cut accident rates dramatically

From technology to training, Western Express talks about its strategy to exceed its road safety standards.

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Groupe Morneau drives toward a sustainable trucking future

The fleet’s future is bright with its use of solar panels at its terminals and battery electric trucks on its routes.

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Taking on the tire inflation challenge with inflation technology

When diminishing loads should not mean diminishing tire inflation efficiency.

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Pacific Drayage Services shares emissions reduction trucking equipment strategy

With its Class 8 EV deployment underway, Pacific Drayage Services aims to provide sustainable transportation solutions.

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Velocity Truck Rental and Leasing invests big into zero-emissions equipment strategy

Velocity hopes its battery-electric commercial truck rentals and charging infrastructure will make a sustainable impact for the fleets it serves.

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Beyond EV total cost of ownership

Einride’s success with its heavy-duty electric tractor fleet is rooted in driving overall equipment efficiency.

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Linde Canada sets sights on a net-zero carbon footprint future

How LNG tractors are making a decarbonization impact.

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Skagit Transportation leverages leasing to maintain preferred status as a top carrier

Like many successful trucking companies today, change and diversification drive the success of Skagit Transportation, headquartered in Mount Vernon, Wash. The company was originally started by Bud and Dode Egbers in the 1940s, hauling grain and hay on their four trailers for local farmers. That grew to hauling bulk foods and ag products throughout the

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A fleet view of why you should be paying attention to the 3G sunset

Chances are, despite the slew of headlines, you likely aren’t aware of the looming 3G sunset. It’s understandable, but as these older networks are slated to go dark that means your data-driven truck solutions could too if you don’t update your hardware. Luckily for you, you landed on this story, and to hammer home how

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Fleet profile: Safety is job one at Canada Cartage

For Tony Palmerio, national safety and compliance manager for Canada Cartage, running a tight ship when it comes to safety requires multiple mindsets. “We have to think in legal terms, which means if your safety program is not documented, it didn’t happen,” he said, “but that’s not all. We have to think like an insurance