15May

Equipment Trader Feature: Are Your Listings Picture Perfect?

Having the right imagery of your inventory online can make all the difference when customers are researching and comparing your product to your competitors’. Not including any photos can be disastrous for your online listings. Our sister company, Equipment Trader, wrote this piece that has a wealth of information on why it’s important to have […]

08May

Commercial Truck Trader Feature: A Trucker’s Best Friend

According to American Veterinary Medical Association, this week is National Pet Week and we’ll take any excuse to celebrate our furry friends! Did you know that over 60% of Over The Road drivers are pet-owners, and that 40% take their pets on the road with them? Our sister company, Commercial Truck Trader, discusses why pets […]

01May

2018 Predicted to be “Best Year Ever” for Equipment Sales

You’ve probably been hearing for months how the construction industry has a bright future, filled with high business demand and an increase in jobs. So is 2018 going to be the peak of success for dealerships around the country? An article from Equipment World seems to think so! The piece evaluates a Wells Fargo Equipment […]

17Apr

Oregon Approves Construction Wage Protection Measures

As reported by Construction Dive, an important development in the construction industry occurred in Oregon with the House of Representatives passing legislation that says general contractors must pay past due wages and benefits owed to their subcontractors’ employees under certain circumstances. The legislation now moves on to the Oregon Senate to await voting. The law […]

05Apr

Why Training Isn’t Time Wasting

We’ve previously talked about the areas being impacted by the labor shortage the most within the construction industry and ways to enhance your hiring and retention. One of the major elements we mentioned that could impact the failure or success around retention was training. The construction industry has clearly evolved over the past few decades, […]