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■ January—Construction Hauling Forecast
Construction remains a key component of the US economy despite
the slump in construction activity. This detailed report on the outlook
for construction hauling is a joint project involving Bulk Transporter
and sister publications Concrete Products, and Cement Americas.
Storage & Terminaling also will be highlighted in this issue.
■ February—Maintenance/repair Directory
Detailed articles will show how equipment that is maintained and
operated properly will perform longer and more efficiently. Updates
on maintenance-related regulations will be included as well as a
checklist to help in selecting the right tank repair shop. This issue
also will provide a full listing of tank repair facilities in the United
States and Canada.
• Coverage of the 27th annual NTTC Cargo Tank Maintenance
■ MarCH—Tank Cleaning/Cleaning Directory
Finding the right cleaning rack can be the difference between a satis-
fied customer and a lost customer. Tank fleet management will find
out the latest in tank cleaning developments, interior and exterior
tank cleaning equipment, and wastewater treatment systems. The 30th
annual Commercial Tank Cleaning Directory will be featured.
■ april—nTTC preview/Fleet leasing
This issue previews the annual National Tank Truck Carriers
Conference and Exhibition planned for Chicago IL. It will be distrib-
uted at the NTTC Conference after being mailed to readers earlier in
Equipment leasing has become increasingly popular with tank
truck fleets trying to squeeze maximum value out of every operating
dollar. Bulk Transporter will offer an update of the leasing market for
tank trailers, tank containers, trucks and tractors, and tires, and other
+ Bonus Distribution—NTTC Convention
■ May—Gross revenue report/ilTa preview
The Gross Revenue Report with 20