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House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Kicks Off the Reauthorization Process with Hearing

Dan Salerno / Director of Sales | January 15, 2014
The House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure met on Jan. 14 to hear testimony related to the reauthorization of the federal surface transportation program.
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House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Kicks Off the Reauthorization Process with Hearing

How to Grow Your Rental Business

Dan Salerno / Director of Sales | October 15, 2013
Construction equipment market analysts and industry surveys show a shift from contractor’s buying equipment to renting. Several reasons for the shift have been reported. A fluctuating U.S. and world economy as well as EPA emissions regulations top the list.
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How to Grow Your Rental Business

Commercial Banks, Farm Credit compete with Dealer Financing on Equipment

Dan Salerno / Director of Sales | July 25, 2013
The manufacturers of farm equipment often play a dominant role in the financing of their own products. But they are not the only game in town when it comes to equipment financing.
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Commercial Banks, Farm Credit compete with Dealer Financing on Equipment

Low Ethanol Demand is Hurting Corn Prices

Dan Salerno / Director of Sales | July 16, 2013
Demand for ethanol is hitting a wall. Oil companies are resisting the use of the corn-made fuel in their gasoline, now more than ever.
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Low Ethanol Demand is Hurting Corn Prices

Warming Up the Cold Call with Data Insights

Dan Salerno / Director of Sales | June 12, 2013
Companies that know how to leverage data and cull insight from it are warming up the cold call. In fact, for them, the cold call no longer exists.
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Warming Up the Cold Call with Data Insights

Much Cleaner But More Expensive Engines The Result of Regulations

Dan Salerno / Director of Sales | May 30, 2013
Manufacturers of diesel-powered farm equipment for the U.S. market are nearing the final two hurdles of a 15-year-long process that has greatly reduced the amount of pollution these engines produce.
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Much Cleaner but more Expensive Engines the Result of Regulations

How to Build Market Share Strategically

Dan Salerno / Director of Sales | March 27, 2013
The path to increasing market share doesn’t have to be risky or expensive if you’re smart and strategic about it. Here’s how to build market share strategically using market intelligence.
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How to Build Market Share Strategically

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