Tire inflation company Aperia is trying to gain market share by offering its solution with no upfront cost. Plus, movie industry freight haulers have received an exemption from drug testing rules and a judge has denied FedEx’s request to dismiss a racial discrimination suit.
Aperia has launched a virtual training and support program for its tire inflation system to help fleets continue proper tire maintenance. Plus, diesel prices drop, Werner president talks trucking, and Earth Day brings somber reminders.
Cashflow Corner presented by TriumphPay …Go ahead, whack your tires. Are they properly inflated? Do you really know? The manual way of checking tire pressure may be costing your fleet money.
Toyota unveiled a new fuel-cell car at the Tokyo Motor Show wearing an airless tire concept from Sumitomo. There are a number of airless tires used in specialized applications, despite issues with weight and rolling resistance.
Ryder System will install automatic tire inflation systems on its vehicles through an agreement with Aperia Technologies. Aperia’s Halo Tire Inflators will be included as a standard spec on Ryder’s heavy-duty rental fleet.