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Trucking Services Diagnostic Tool
Transport firms in the business of heavy equipment transport on the roads and highways of the United States of America looking for a new tool to help heavy-duty transport technicians diagnose problems with transport vehicles can stop looking. Noregon Systems recently announced an update of its JPRO Fleet Diagnostics tool to help transport technicians working to keep heavy-duty transport vehicles on the road and moving to destination on time and budget.
Called JPRO Fleet Diagnostics v5.0, this edition builds upon the current version of JPRO Fleet Diagnostics software, according to Noregon Systems, and provides updates on heavy-duty transport vehicles through to 2010. In addition, beginning in spring 2011, JPRO Fleet Diagnostics v5.0 will be offering technicians the ability to diagnose problems with medium-duty transport vehicles used by international shipping services in the United States to deliver vehicles in a reliable, efficient and cost-effective manner during the miles ahead on the transport roads and highways of the nation. The company also has plans to release additional additions to the JPRO Fleet Diagnostics tool during the months and years ahead in America.
Transport firms and technicians that want to check out Noregon Systems update of its JPRO Fleet Diagnostics tool should contact the company directly for more information, or stop by a local dealer of Noregon Systems products to see what they have on hand. This could be another tool for your technicians to use to help keep long haul transport vehicles on the road and moving to destination during the miles ahead.
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Freight Blog Shipping Industry Needs More Education Mar 21, 2011- Transport industry freight forwarders will be happy to hear that the unifying theme during the Truckload Carriers Association conference this week was the desire to make sure the trucking industry and shippers both have a clear understanding of the challenges on the road ahead for the transportation industry of the United States of America during the weeks and months ahead. The transport industry representatives on hand for the conference were apparently both on the same page in the desire for shippers to be as informed about the complexities of the driver shortage, costs of doing business, inflation and increasing fuel prices. Good news for the business of freight forwarding cargo to destination on time and budget in the United States of America.
The trucking industry officials on hand made a point of stating that the trucking industry needs to take the lead by taking the steps to help educate shippers on all of the challenges on the road before the transport industry during the miles ahead. That during the past few years there hasn't been as much time for the trucking industry to devote to the job of educating shippers about the issues, but that during the months ahead the industry would need to spend more time talking to shippers about the issues in hand. More >>