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FleetMind to Speak on “Smart Trucks” at 2016 Canadian Waste Resource Seminar in Halifax

These ‘smart truck’ technologies are increasingly being used to refuse collection cars by fleet managers who desire complete exposure into fleet operations to run much safer, greener and more responsive fleets. MONTREAL, CANADA– April 26, 2016 – FleetMind Solutions, Inc., the award-winning innovation leader for fleet management options, today revealed that Mr. Terry Scholl, Regional Director, will be speaking on clever truck styles as part of the 8th Canadian Waste Resource Seminar (CWRS) in Halifax, NS, April 27-29, 2016 at the Westin Nova Scotian. WHEN: Friday, April 29, 9:00 AM, Commonwealth Space A TITLE: “Waste Fleets Are Smartening Up” “Over the past few years we’ve experienced substantial advances in mobile technologies,” stated Mr. Scholl. “These ‘wise truck’ technologies are progressively being applied to refuse collection automobiles by fleet supervisors who desire total presence into fleet operations to run more secure, greener and more responsive fleets. They normally include hardware and software, and manage a wide variety of inputs from a car’s onboard systems, including cameras, scales, RFID readers, tire pressure and fuel monitoring. As a result, waste and recycling supervisors can get a bird’s eye and real-time view into every truck, motorist and path at any time.” Mr. Scholl’s presentation will analyze the current trends in clever truck innovations and more review case studies to show the resulting benefits for municipalities. The Canadian Waste Resource Symposium is presented by the Solid Waste Association of The United States and Canada (SWANA), Atlantic Canada Chapter, and the Waste Resource Association of Nova Scotia (WRANS). For additional information, visit: http://www.atcanswana.org/atlanticwasteconference/itinerary.html About FleetMind Solutions, Inc. is the acclaimed innovation leader for fleet management options. FleetMind’s technology is stemmed from over 15 years and millions of dollars in …
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Meal Pirate: Easy Slider’s Sweet & Rundown

Want to enjoy the very best that Dallas dining establishments need to offer without ever leaving your house? Our brand-new recurring feature, Meal Pirate, will help you bring the city’s robust dining scene to your cooking area. Chances are you know what this meal is without me even telling you. The Easy Slider food truck has actually been all the rage in Dallas because it opened in 2012. Over the previous four years they have tripled their food truck fleet, and now have three mobile kitchen areas on the road, and a physical coming soon. Their Sugary food & Lowdown slider is the food truck’s top seller. An angus beef patty is topped with goat cheese strawberry maintains and two slices of crispy bacon prior to it’s sandwiched between a soft and spongy bun. It’s a must-try. With the traditional still under construction, there is a huge chance you have craved this slider without being able to locate among their trucks. The Sweet & Rundown is really quite simple to recreate on your own. One technique making this in your home is improving the strawberry maintains. Next time you’re at Central Market, get a jar of Bonne Maman’s Strawberry Preserves and you have your secret component! You can grab a plan of slider buns while you are there, too. Meal Pirate: Easy Slider’s Sugary food & Lowdown Influenced by: Owners Miley Holmes and Caroline Perini Recipe (Serves 3 to 2 sliders each) Active ingredients: 1 lb hamburger 6 slider buns 6 slices bacon Bonne Maman strawberry preserves goat cheese salt & pepper olive oil fresh strawberries for garnish Preparation: 1. Prepare bacon. Cut each piece in half and fry up until crispy. Set aside. 2. Prepare the hamburger patties. Integrate beef with 1 teaspoon each of salt & pepper. Utilizing your hands, divide into 6 equally sized patties. Heat a metal pan to medium/high temperature on the range top. Drizzle heated pan with 2 teaspoons of olive oil. Add all 6 patties to the warmer oil. Prepare 3-4 minutes on each side or till preferred done-ness … See all stories on this subject

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