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Cargo Management

How to Choose Racks and Bins

Racks and bins turn trucks and vans into mobile workshops. With an abundance of options available to fleet managers, here’s all you need to know about these organizational devices.

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Ways to Set Up Your Work Van

Upfitters provide a multitude of options to turn your vans into the perfect tool for your trade, from shelving and storage to ladder racks and partitions.

Upfitting High-Roof and Compact Vans

From ladder racks to cargo solutions to partitions and more, van upfitting options are ready for any make, model, and vocational use.

Ergonomic Do’s and Don’ts of Cargo Handling

Improper lifting, pushing, pulling, holding, carrying, or throwing is the leading cause of workplace injury. There are steps fleets can take to improve workplace ergonomics.

How to Avoid Cargo Handling Injuries

Improper ergonomic behavior when handling vehicle equipment and cargo can result in musculoskeletal injuries. Here are some examples of the best and worst ways to work ergonomically. Read the full story here. Photos courtesy of DECKED.

Truck Overloading is an Ongoing Safety, Risk Management & Operating Cost Problem

Not only is an overloaded truck in violation of numerous state and federal regulations, it is unsafe to operate. As statistics show, year-after-year, overloaded trucks are one of the leading causes of truck-related accidents. In addition to safety concerns, an overloaded truck is costly to maintain and operate.

Service Fleet's Van Expands Capabilities

When looking to replace its cargo vans, this office supply company needed a new model with expanded cargo space and improved ergonomics to handle heavy use and high daily miles.

Top 10 Trends in Chassis-Mounted Auxiliary Equipment

Key trends in auxiliary equipment specifications focus on driver productivity and idle reduction using telematics, safety enhancements with crash avoidance sensors, and maximizing space using multi-function equipment.

Making Room for Cargo?

Making a few changes to vehicle selectors and processes can ensure that all drivers have just the right size vehicle they need to get the job done.