Buyers Weigh Options With Truck Spec'ing

Barrese, Robert
March 2003
Food Logistics;3/15/2003, Issue 57, p28
Focuses on the selection of medium-duty truck for use in the food and beverage industries. Significance of the gross vehicle weight rating criterion; Life cycle of a medium-duty truck; Truck manufacturers that made advances in driver safety; Advice on the selection of refrigerated trucks.


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