Fuels

Beyond wrenches, Part IV

FeaturesInformation technology can help increase the productivity of service techsBy Tom Duffe This article is Part 4 of a 4-part series. Parts 1, 2 and 3 addressed information technology tools to help make dispatchers, drivers and CSRs more productive. The focus of this article is how those tools can help make service technicians more productive.Typically, a more knowledgeable, more experienced ...

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Tip-top tanks

FeaturesModern technology makes remote automatic tank-gauging a viable storage optionBy Bill Pierce Manual gauging operations, especially on large, remote tanks, has always been a challenge for operators. Weather factors, including snow and ice on ladders, stairways and tank tops, make the job even more difficult and dangerous, especially in snowy regions like the Northeastern United States and Canada.However, fuel oil ...

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Work Truck Show 2005

FeaturesExpo to run concurrently with NTEA’s 41st convention The Work Truck Show 2005, in conjunction with the Annual National Truck Equipment Association Convention, has been scheduled for March 2-4 at the Indiana Convention Center and RCA Dome in Indianapolis. It is the only business-to-business event exclusively dedicated to the Class 1-8 truck and transportation equipment industry.Hundreds of exhibitors will display ...

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Picking Up Speed: Trend Toward Tracking Trucks Gaining

FeaturesBy Alexis Dingfelder The coming months are going to be challenging for fuel oil companies. With record-breaking oil prices and the fast-approaching winter, many are seeking ways to upgrade service and enhance customer relations.To provide existing and new customers with superior levels of service, and distinguish themselves from their competitors, fuel oil companies are increasingly monitoring deliveries with customized, computerized ...

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