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How trucking is doing more during the Coronavirus pandemic

Jason Morgan is the editor of Fleet Equipment. He has more than 14 years of B2B journalism experience covering the likes of trucking and construction equipment, real estate, movies and craft beer industries.

Today demands adaptability and flexibility. The Coronavirus pandemic has brought with it market uncertainty that will likely have a long-term effect. But one thing remains certain: Trucking is essential. As the fleet managers responsible for running the trucks and managing the drivers that are delivering essential goods, strong fundamentals will enable creative uses of your resources.

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And it’s not just about what you can do to strengthen your equipment-focused business right now, but how you could expand your capabilities beyond your core competency. I talked with Dana Inc.’s Commercial Vehicle Business Unit lead, Ryan Laskey, about how Dana is adapting its capabilities to support local medical professionals with personal protective equipment (PPE). Laskey also talked about how other businesses can look to their own capabilities to find out what value they can provide to the market when it needs it most.

Watch the video above to listen to the conversation.

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