A Look Back then to the Future

December 2005
Fleet Equipment;Dec2005, Vol. 31 Issue 12, p52
Trade Publication
The article presents information about the journal "Fleet Equipment." In January, the magazine has been purchased by Babcox Publications Inc. The most obvious change, thereafter, was the complete redesign of the cover and logo. The journal has now more editors than ever before. Special supplements focused on key areas of concern, such as 2007 engines, tire management and lubricants will come out. A new monthly feature will also be started, that will highlight "best practices" used by the employees of the transportation industry.


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