Construction Fleets

June 2016, - Feature

Idle Reduction is Key for Ohio Construction Fleet

The newest Kenworths in the construction firm’s fleet are T880s, like this multi-axle flatbed truck with a National 27-ton on-board crane. They carry and lift materials and mechanical equipment at heavy bridge and industrial projects, and engines run hydraulic pumps to operate the cranes. Thus idle-reduction isn’t always possible.

By Tom Berg

How do you save fuel in a work-truck and heavy-haul operation? “Leave the truck parked,” quips Wayne Queen, trucking yard manager at Kokosing Construction.

Tags: Fuel Economy, Idle Reduction, Construction Fleets, Kenworth T880


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