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  • McMahon Traisr asset management

    Ideal for fleets and complex campuses, the Traisr Web-based infrastructure and asset-management application relies on GIS to help users track, manage, maintain, and report on vital assets quickly and easily, on the road or off.

  • Grip Studs tire studs

    Grip Studs are rugged tungsten carbide studs that deliver the traction necessary for winter equipment without the drudgery and breakage associated with chains.

  • Aebi Schmidt Stratos spreaders

    Available in various sizes and as towed, flat silo, and dual chamber, the newest generation of Stratos spreaders is compatible with most carrier vehicles and tractors.

  • BOSS DXT plow

    Available in 8-ft 2-in and 9-ft 2-in. poly, steel, and stainless-steel models, the multiposition DXT plow features a dual-trip design that protects the plow when striking hidden obstacles.

  • Bergkamp Sand Spreader attachment

    The Sand Spreader attachment helps turn the FP5 Flameless Pothole Patcher into a sand spreader in less than an hour.

  • ASCOREL Plus Series on-board scales

    With ASCOREL Plus Series on-board scales, users can monitor tare histories, scale usage, loader hydraulic performance, and other factors without the need for an external device.

  • Turns water trucks into real-time communication tools

    Crews can establish a reliable wireless network in disaster areas and remote locations within minutes for voice and data connectivity.

  • Law protects waste-collection employees

    Florida is the fifth state to add garbage trucks to the list of vehicles that drivers must move over a lane to pass.

  • Hydraulic mobile column vehicle lift

    Stertil-Koni introduces its ST 1065 mobile column lift, a lifting technology specifically engineered for safely raising industrial, off-road vehicles with large wheel diameters.

  • Division of Motor Vehicles hosts ribbon cutting event for new Delaware City “flagship” facility

    The Delaware Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony today for the new $20 million Delaware City project.