Meeting conditions

June 2014
Fleet Owner Blog;6/ 5/2014, p16
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The article offers a look at how Wilbanks Energy Logistics, a full service energy logistics company operating in New Mexico and Texas, addresses equipment related-challenges. Topics covered include the core of the company's business, a description of the nature of the company's work which can be abusive to their equipment and the unique maintenance and driver-related issues Wilbanks face.


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