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  1. Caterpillar Responds to Crisis

    Caterpillar Responds to Crisis Caterpillar said on 26 March that the COVID-19 pandemic was starting to impact its supply chain, although it continued to run the majority of its US operations and in other parts of the world, where permitted. Production at some facilities is being suspended, said the company; “due to uncertain economic conditions resulting in weaker demand, Read more...
  2. 2020 CF Moto ZForce 500 Trail

    2020 CF Moto ZForce 500 Trail Motor type 495cc 4 valve single-cylinder Transmission Dual-range CVT w/ rev.& EBS Drive system 2WD/4WD/4WD front diff-lock Suspension/travel: Front Dual A-arm/9.5” Rear Dual A-arm/9.1” Fuel capacity 7.13 gal. Length/width/height 113”/50”/70” Tire sizes: f/r AT26x9-14/AT26x11-14 Claimed dry weight 1228 lb Colors White, Orange Read more...
  3. Construction Equipment Dealers to Contractors Amid Coronavirus: “We’re open.”

    Construction Equipment Dealers to Contractors Amid Coronavirus: “We’re open.” Dealers have two critical constituencies when dealing with the COVID-19 coronavirus: their employees and their customers. It’s a balancing act as dealers adjust to dealing with what they should and should not do during the virus outbreak. General Equipment & Supplies techs are sanitizing any shared tools, and sanitizing equipment cabs both Read more...
  4. JLG Introduces 8-Story Lift Height Fixed Telehandler

    JLG Introduces 8-Story Lift Height Fixed Telehandler The 10,000 lb class telehandler features a 75-foot boom and 60’ reach JLG Industries introduced the newest model to its line of telescopic handlers at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2020. The JLG 1075 was developed as a result of customer input, requesting a 10,000-pound class telehandler with greater height and reach. The new model features a 75-foot boom Read more...
  5. Virus-Related Slowdowns Impact Const. Supply Chain

    Virus-Related Slowdowns Impact Const. Supply Chain While cities determine how major construction projects should move forward following the coronavirus pandemic, the shipping and sourcing of raw materials used across projects has “slowed to a trickle,” according to Arch Paper. While a number of building materials can be domestically sourced, countries like Italy and China are major players in Read more...
  6. Automotive Companies Help Put the Brakes on COVID-19 Medical-Supply Shortages

    Automotive Companies Help Put the Brakes on COVID-19 Medical-Supply Shortages Manufacturers use expertise and existing parts to produce face shields and respirators to combat COVID-19. It is during times of crisis that industries pull together, set aside competitive differences and inspire us all with the ability to overcome seemingly insurmountable challenges through ingenuity and pure determination. When I first saw the Read more...
  7. The Next Class of RZR is Here: Introducing the All New RZR Pro XP

    The Next Class of RZR is Here: Introducing the All New RZR Pro XP Polaris pretty much started this whole thing with the RZR 800 back in 2007, and has been blazing the path for the performance SxS market ever since. That first RZR 800 was followed up by the world’s first four seat sport performance UTV, and we were already being introduced to the Extreme Performance (XP) generation by the end of 2008. The 2014 Read more...
  8. As Coronavirus Grips Economy, Lenders Offer Some Forgiveness for Missed Truck Payments

    As Coronavirus Grips Economy, Lenders Offer Some Forgiveness for Missed Truck Payments Owner-operators and small fleets with financed or leased equipment can likely land at least temporary relief from their monthly truck payments simply by contacting their lenders to work out a deal. With the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak suddenly tossing the global economy into an all-but-certain recession and some owner-operators already reporting Read more...
  9. Unexpected Load-to-Truck Ratio a Bright Spot in Dark Times

    Unexpected Load-to-Truck Ratio a Bright Spot in Dark Times Load-to-truck ratio (LTR) is matching 2018 levels, which hints at a better-than-expected supply chain health, and good news for a country that desperately needs some right now. Things look bad and most of us are afraid (or ordered) to leave our homes. As dark as things are right now due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it appears one bright spot for the Read more...
  10. The COVID-19 Virus and U.S Agriculture's Supply Chain Concerns

    The COVID-19 Virus and U.S Agriculture's Supply Chain Concerns AG ECONOMISTS LAYOUT THE IMPORTANCE OF KEEPING THE SUPPLY CHAIN FUNCTIONING. DES MOINES, Iowa --If they said it once, they said it 20 times during a one-hour webinar, “The U.S. food supply chain is the biggest concern, right now, in this fight against the COVID-19 virus.”Agricultural economists at the University of Illinois, repeated that Read more...

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