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Five Things You Probably Did Not Know About Steel

Posted by on Dec 8, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you take a walk through just about any city in the country, your are surrounded by it. When you ride in a motor vehicle, it helps to protect you. You most likely come into contact with it several times every day. However, there is a good chance that you never really stopped to give any consideration to steel. You know it is a valuable component of daily life, but when something is so common, it s often just disregarded and never given a great deal of attention. Here are five things you most likely did not know about steel. 1. Steel Is Not...

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Tips For Succeeding In The Trucking Delivery Industry

Posted by on Nov 10, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you are considering starting your own over-the-road delivery business, then you aren’t alone. Many entrepreneurs are deciding to start similar businesses, since they are popular throughout Canada and the United States. One thing that you need to decide is what type of company you wish to deliver for. This guide can assist you with figuring out who to deliver for, as well as succeeding as an owner/operator in general. Do your homework If you truly want to succeed in the trucking business, then you need to conduct an adequate amount of...

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How To Make Your High-Elevation Parking Area Safe For Your Customers

Posted by on Nov 10, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

In every business, it is the owner’s responsibility to ensure every aspect of the property is as safe as it can be for customers. The parking area is one location that often does not get enough attention, but it is where the first chance for an accident to take place is located. If you have a parking area that is set on a higher elevation, it is even more important that you implement safety features to avoid accidents. Here are a few things you can do to make sure that your high-elevation parking area is safe for your customers. Utilize...

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Installing New Feed Lines For Your Livestock: How To Cut Costs

Posted by on Nov 2, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Ensuring that your livestock gets enough to eat is a critical part of your business, and it’s essential to make sure that your feed lines work properly at all times. Although you might understand the importance of this essential improvement, you might be concerned about the cost. Even though it’s true that installing new feed lines can get expensive, there are ways that you can save money. Remember these tips, and you could be surprised by how much more cheaply you can finish your feed line project. Consider Repairing It First...

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4 Technology Trends Transforming Electric Forklift Manufacturing

Posted by on Oct 9, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Technology trends like wireless connectivity, analytics, and smart phone/tablet products are changing the way electric forklifts function. These forms of machinery are becoming more sophisticated, efficient, and durable with the advent of these technological innovations. In addition, forklift technology trends are working to produce greater advancement in energy efficiency, automation, and cloud computing. Consider the following trends influencing electric forklift technology, as well as their potential impact on your business. Battery...

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3 Shocking Things Found In Storage Units

Posted by on Oct 6, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Thanks to shows like Storage Wars and Auction Hunters, it’s easy to think of storage units as sources of hidden treasure. However, there are far more dusty boxes full of papers and knickknacks in most storage units than there are hidden stores of gold and jewels. And while occasionally something valuable does turn up, like the pirate’s treasure that one lucky man found, there are at least as many stories of far less pleasant findings. Check out a few of the most shocking storage unit discoveries. A Live Grenade A Muskegon, MI man...

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Tips For Handling Concrete In Cold Weather

Posted by on Sep 25, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Working with concrete requires significant knowledge and experience under normal circumstances; working with concrete in cold weather requires even greater care and expertise.  When mixing and pouring concrete in cold weather, it is important to be sure the concrete does not freeze.  One of the main problems with cold temperatures is that the hydration process, in which the chemicals in the concrete react with the water in order to bind the mixture together and harden, is significantly slowed or stopped.  The concrete needs to...

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