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Silo inventory on the cloud

Company has released a major upgrade of the SiloWeigh.Net inventory management and control system, which monitors the weight of material in silos or vessels located across an unlimited area. Among major benefits: users do not run out of material; vessels are not overfilled, curtailing costs associated with dust filter damage and environmental impact; delivery volumes are verified and fraud prevented; and, delivery schedule savings.

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Compact telehandler, forklift

The Gehl RS4-14 is presented as a highly versatile machine that excels in loader, telescopic handler and industrial forklift applications. At just under 60 inches wide and 75 inches tall, it is the company’s most compact model, yet maintains a full-size cab. It boasts a 4,400-lb. maximum lift capacity, 14-ft. 3-in. lift height, and 9-ft. outreach. The RS4-14 has four-wheel drive, three steering modes and a 10-ft. 1-in. turning radius, and can work on uneven terrain and in confined spaces.

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Tie down, cargo securement catalog

Designer, manufacturer and distributor of cargo control technologies, including securement, capacity and access solutions for the transportation industry, has released a 50th anniversary-themed catalog featuring 83 new products—joining an offering of 800-plus stock keeping units.

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Truck suspensions equal to road, site conditions

Manufacturer engineers a variety of specialty suspensions that improve the performance, handling and safety of heavy-duty vehicles used in concrete delivery and construction. Self-steer auxiliary series feature Swift Mount technology in 8K, 10K and 13.5K capacities. The 13.5K version is available with drum or air disc brakes, the latter shown here with Bendix calipers and ConMet hub assemblies for braking performance and low maintenance operation.

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