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As diesel prices continue to hover near $4 a gallon, it’s more important than ever for fleets to get the most out of every last drop of fuel purchased at the lowest possible cost.
Since nearly the dawn of the automotive age, many “alternative” fuels have been tried, but virtually all have come up lacking when compared with petroleum-based diesel and gasoline.
A primary duty in most management positions is controlling costs.
In early 2012, commercial truck sales improved dramatically.
Winter weather and the harsh driving conditions that come with it can have a pronounced effect on any vehicle.
If workers are adversely affected by their work due to poor quality job design and working conditions, or are injured on the job, there will be an adverse cost to the employer as well as to the individual worker.
It has been my experience that there is a considerable difference between being a manager and being a leader.
With fuel prices hitting $4 in many areas across the United States this spring, telematics solutions providers have seen a spike in interest for their offerings.
In celebration of International Pineapple Day on April 2, Bahama Breeze locations across the country invited the media and consumers to celebrate with cocktails that feature the tropical flavor of the pineapple. (Photos by Liz Parker and Jennifer Haderspeck)
Available On Demand Learn how to reduce costs and energy use by enabling high oil load emulsions, eliminating the need for weighting agents like brominated vegetable oil (BVO).
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This book addresses the principles of cleaning operations, water supply issues and the science of detergents and disinfectants.