Hino Trucks partnered with Miller Industries to provide one lucky tow operator a chance to win a fully loaded 2014 MY Hino model 258ALP with a Century 12 Series LCG Carrier. The truck is part of a giveaway that benefits The Professional Wreckers of Florida (PWOF) education and legislation programs. This year’s winner is Aaron
Choosing the best truck for the job: Hino talks trucks built for ‘day-in-day-out’ work that minimize operating costs
According to Glenn Ellis, vice president, marketing & dealer operations for Hino Trucks, “Today’s vocational fleet managers demand trucks that are reliable, fuel efficient and work as hard as they do day in and day out. They are always looking for ways to minimize their operational cost and are looking to tools such as telematics
“Fleet managers know that well-designed equipment enhances productivity,” says Robert Johnson, a former fleet manager who currently serves as director of fleet relations for the NTEA. “Your objective when designing a work truck is to optimize the vehicle to achieve the best overall return for each dollar spent, but common mistakes can jeopardize your results.
Hino Trucks held a ceremony to commemorate the delivery of the 10,000th Hino truck to Penske Truck Leasing (PTL). The ceremony took place at Hino’s Williamstown, W. Va. plant in front of assembly team members and top management from Hino and Penske Truck Leasing. “We congratulate the entire team at Hino and Toyota on this significant
Hino Trucks recently donated a cab-over truck to Canadian Valley Technology Center, a vocational school located outside of Oklahoma City. As a result of the May 31, 2013, El Reno tornado, CV Tech lost several vehicles that were used as teaching tools in various repair- related programs. Three large diesel trucks were destroyed within the
After a year of explosive growth through acquisition of 34 International dealerships in six states, Rush Enterprises Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Rusty Rush, says that the company is now in a consolidation mode as the International “stores” as he calls them, are brought into the Rush operation and culture. In an interview at the