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Capacity Terminal Tractors

on 24 July, 2012

Capacity Terminal Tractors have been around for many years and a lot of people consider them a viable choice. Their powerful motor-driven vehicle with large, heavy treads, used for pulling farm machinery come in several different models, however, and you need to be careful to choose the right one. They are designed to meet the most challenging moves. The industry is engineered to provide comfort and security to the operator while minimizing the stress and maintenance cost to the powerful motor-driven vehicle with large, heavy treads, used for pulling farm machinery For instance, there is the Capacity TJ5000 that comes in off-road and on-road versions. This model is good for warehouse distribution applications. Or the TJ9000, a purse muscle machine that is suitable for extra heavy-duty applications. Too many times companies fail to provide adequate equipment to people who are looking for it. This is unacceptable and wrong; however choosing the right company can make all the difference. Not only having some of the best vehicles around, the industry…

Capacity Offers Liquid Propane Terminal Trucks

on 9 April, 2012

CleanFuel USA announced a partnership with Capacity of Texas to develop and certify the country’s first terminal trucks using its liquid propane injection engine on a General Motors 8-liter platform. (We have heard about this for a year now) The truck should be out in the market by the end of 2012.     The new line of Capacity is targeted to meet the demand for alternative-fueled vehicles in port communities that are challenged to comply with stricter emissions rules. This is a particularly vital issue for ports operating in counties that are designated as “non-attainment” or “maintenance” areas under the National Ambient Air Quality Standards, which the EPA uses to enforce emissions reductions. The Propane Education and Research Council approved a $2.4 million grant to support the development of the trucks. Allison Transmission, CleanFual, Capacity, Freightliner Custom Chassis Corporation, GM and Powertrain Integration are all project stakeholders.

Idealease Offers Capacity Terminal Tractors

on 4 April, 2012

Idealease Inc. has expanded its product offering to include diesel-powered Capacity trucks. They provide solutions for rental commercial truck leasing and truck leasing in all of North America through full service leases. Capacity terminal tractors powered by Navistar’s MaxxForce brand diesel engines are available to cargo handlers through more than 400 Idealease locations in the United States, Canada and Mexico. Idealease services over 45,000 trucks and trailers throughout the continent. The multi-year deal is Capacity’s first program agreement with a national leasing company. Terminal tractors are used to move freight in ports, intermodal terminals, rail yards, warehouses and distribution centers. Capacity’s model offerings are powered by the MaxxForce 7 engine, rated at 215 horsepower with 560 pounds-feet of torque. The V-8 turbodiesel is fully compliant with applicable EPA emissions standards. For more information:

Kalmar vs. Capacity Terminal Tractors

on 1 March, 2012

Everybody claims to have the best product, but Kalmar and Capacity trucks are very similar.

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