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How to Improve Fleet Management by Avoiding Common Problems

By Cleveland Brothers
May 19, 2022

A fleet manager oversees a company’s fleet operations to ensure it runs efficiently and safely while complying with laws and regulations. Even though everyday duties can differ among fleet managers, they all tie in directly with a company’s bottom line. Avoiding common problems associated with these tasks can ensure smooth performance while increasing your operation’s […]

How to Improve Fleet Management by Avoiding Common Problems

Tips for Buying Used Equipment

By Cleveland Brothers
March 29, 2022

Purchasing used construction equipment is a cost-effective solution for contractors — and it’s rising in popularity, making purchasing used machinery fairly commonplace. The resulting high demand for used equipment has also given rise to many used equipment dealerships. As such, it’s become a challenge to know what to look for in used machinery — and […]

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Next Gen Technology Advances Penn Mechanical Group, Inc. (PMG)

By Brittney
December 6, 2021

When it comes to the Shank family and their locally owned and operated business, only one word comes to mind—dirt. Whether it’s moving ground to prep a drill site or mass excavation and grading for a new commercial building, where you can find dirt, you can also find Penn Mechanical Group, Inc. (PMG) employees hard […]

Guide to Equipment Telematics

By Cleveland Brothers
October 14, 2021

Telematics devices may seem like a form of technology that belongs in the future. But believe it or not, telematics technology is transforming the construction industry through increased fleet visibility and efficiency. Fleet managers can acquire enhanced visibility into construction operations like fuel usage and asset location. These insights offer a massive competitive advantage by […]

What Is Tier 4 Technology?

By Cleveland Brothers
June 29, 2021

Tier 4 standards are emission standards created by the California Air Resources Board and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). These standards apply to new engines usedin heavy equipment and off-road machinery used in several industries, including mining, construction and agriculture. Old engines are not affected by Tier 4. With these new standards, engine emissions have […]