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Two experienced fleet managers tell how telematics data helps make their companies more competitive, explain how to adopt the technology
There will come a time in every construction company's life, when a trigger event will make the deployment of telematics ...
When the Marcellus Shale provided the opportunity, West Virginia contractor Dwaine Doss was ready
Most contractors understand you don’t waste daylight. But by the time the sun breaks over the mountains of central West ...
Smartphone use increases among construction contractors, as does use of apps, interest in video
Clear trends have emerged in the past four years as contractors rely more heavily on technology, according to a new ...
Update your construction company’s safety plan to protect temporary workers
So, your safety plan is up to date, you conduct frequent, targeted training and your workers have bought into and ...
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It’s time for contractors to start financial planning for 2015. Here are 3 tips to get you started
Now that the construction busy season is winding down, it’s time to turn your attention to those housekeeping tasks you ...
How one construction firm is using drag racing to recruit new talent (VIDEO)
If you want to catch a fish you need bait. And if you want to catch the attention of a ...
Zeal for diversification, taking care of fleet key to Wm. Winkler Company’s success
"We love to do anything that involves concrete,” says Brian Winkler, 47, president of Wm. Winkler Company. In fact, concrete has ...
Expansion of Oklahoma fertilizer plant could put more than 1,000 contractors to work
The massive expansion of a fertilizer production plant in Oklahoma will likely have quite the impact on the construction industry ...
The 6 signs of a bad construction boss
Managing employees can be one of the toughest jobs to face when running a company. Too often, contractors build their ...
Building the future of your construction company: Matching tech-savvy, young employees in a mentorship with seasoned crew members
When I listen to contractors tell me how they first became involved in construction—usually a tale of early exposure and ...
Contractor stresses importance of parts and service, tells equipment manufacturers: “You’re only as strong as your weakest dealer” (VIDEO)
Edgar Butsch, director of equipment operations, M.A. Mortenson Company, Minneapolis, had some kind but blunt words for equipment manufacturers attending ...
Reputation built upon speed, technology and old school skills makes Jeremy Hiltz our 2014 Contractor of the Year
Although Jeremy Hiltz started his own company in 1996, his roots in construction go much deeper. When he was just ...
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Cat 953K track loader moves more with 22% less fuel, features ...
by Don McLoud
France’s Mecalac begins push into US powered by Terex acquisition
by Marcia Gruver Doyle
Toyota unveils 2018 Tundra TRD Pro Sport signaling refresh for entire ...
by Equipment World Staff
PHOTOS: The heavy equipment of ConExpo 2017’s North Hall, Silver and ...
by Wayne Grayson
Case unveils CX750D: New model design is its largest, most powerful ...
by Wayne Grayson
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