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Sharp '24 Pete 389, built with old-school style: MATS Build-Off winner

Overdrive Online

A detailed look at the custom build from the team at Davis Bros. Designs team that MATS judges deemed the best of the three competing in the Big Rig Build-Off back in March.

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LogiNext Mentioned in Gartner Hype Cycle for Supply Chain Execution Technologies, 2024 Under Last-Mile Delivery Solutions

Loginext

LogiNext, recognized in Gartner's Hype Cycle for Supply Chain Execution Technologies, 2024, is poised to transform last-mile delivery with innovative solutions that meet rising e-commerce demands. The post LogiNext Mentioned in Gartner Hype Cycle for Supply Chain Execution Technologies, 2024 Under Last-Mile Delivery Solutions appeared first on loginextsolutions.com.

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'24 Pete 389, built with old-school style: MATS Build-Off winner

Overdrive Online

A detailed look at the custom build from the team at Davis Bros. Designs team that MATS judges deemed the best of the three competing in the Big Rig Build-Off back in March.

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Versatile Pallet Stackers for Warehouses

Logistics Business Magazine

With the Linde L10 – L16 B pallet stacker, Linde Material Handling (MH) is launching a new, extremely compact pedestrian truck. Offering load capacities of 1.0 to 1.6 tons and lift heights of up to 5.47 meters, the models are designed for a very wide range of handling tasks in warehouses and production environments. Their compact design also makes them ideal helpers when it comes to handling goods in narrow aisles and loading zones.

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EROAD’s Guide to Running a Sustainable Trucking Business

Over the last three decades, emissions from new trucks have been reduced by more than 98 percent. In fact, it would take 60 of today’s trucks to generate the same level of emissions from a single truck in 1988. Despite these impressive improvements, many trucking businesses continue to seek methods to achieve sustainability goals in a viable, measurable way.