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Brown Industries Introduces Lock-n-LoadTM Modular Wall System for Curtainside Truck Bodies …

LAWRENCE, Kan.–(COMPANY WIRE )– Continuing its history of almost 70 years of industry-first, customer-focused developments, Brown Industries is happy to present the Lock-n-LoadTM Modular Wall System for curtainside truck bodies and trailers. Created, produced and patented by Brown Industries, this newest development in freight technology enables forward-thinking business to keep their fleet on the roadway, whether the job requires the versatility of a curtainside or the rigidity of a dry freight truck. For many in the trucking market, the altering demands of individual jobs suggest that while some trucks are utilized, others that are less fit to the task at hand wait idle in the business lot. A fleet of curtainside trailers geared up with Lock-n-LoadTM modular systems does not have this problem. Geared up on both the roadway and curb sides with logistic posts, Lock-n-LoadTM Modular Wall Systems move easily into location, while steel stake pockets make sure that the modular walls form a secure, rigid wall when locked into place. In minutes, you can convert your curtainside into a dry freight truck, and back once again. Operators can easily retract panels to assist in easier loading, and rigid slip-resistant aluminum ramps make sure streamlined loading and dumping, in addition to enhanced employee security. “The trucking market aims to BCVI for innovations that will certainly make their businesses more efficient and rewarding,” said David Price, CEO of Brown Industries. “With the Lock-n-LoadTM Modular Wall System, the entire business fleet can be used no matter the job, suggesting enhanced income and a boost to everyone’s profits.” For information on how the new Lock-n-LoadTM Modular Wall System can benefit your company, go to bcvi.com/lock-n-load or contact Brown Industries at -LRB-800-RRB- 255-6827. For over almost 70 years, Brown Industries, based in Lawrence, Kansas, has led the way in development, toughness and value in custom service rides. For more on Brown-built rail truc …
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Complete steam ahead for B.C. forestry fleet

KAMLOOPS, B.C.– Third-generation trucker Greg Munden of Kamloops, B.C.-based Munden Ventures, believes his company and the log market at big are poised for development over the next few years and he prepares to be there to help. Munden Ventures can trace its roots back to post-war US. “My grandparents really started in company simply after the war, in California,” he informed Truck West. “The government had roadway renovation tasks to get individuals who had come out of the various military disciplines back to work, so they bought an old army surplus dump truck and began working.” This took them from California, to Washington, to Missouri– and eventually to British Columbia and the Kamloops area. The rest, as they state, is history. When it comes to Munden himself, he worked his way right up through the ranks. “I got my Class 1 licence and worked in the workplace throughout the day and drove at night,” he stated, “a minimum of sufficient to state I might do it and to relate a little bit to our motorists.” Over the next numerous years he found out the business side from his father and mothers, who were running things already, and by about 1996– when his moms and dads started going back into semi-retirement– he took control of the day-to-day operations. The Munden household in fact had 3 various companies already, all doing the exact same kind of work, and that turned out to be ideal for Greg and his two younger bros. “Each of us was targeted to among the companies and gradually took control of,” he stated, adding that, while they were different corporate entities, they often shared facilities. Now, Munden and his wife, Kim, operate 15 trucks in their log harvesting department, however that’s only part of their expanding business. “We likewise operate an industrial car upkeep and licensed government assessment facility where we do our own upkeep and a fairly big company with third-party trucking companies in the area,” he stated. The business offers a range of preventive upkeep programs, …
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